The rate at which young Nigerians are eager to make money is alarming. Some of our youths are so desperate to the extent that they can do anything for money. Both the suspects and the victim all took wrong steps, but do you think there is any lesson to learn from a ritualist? I believe you will have an answer to this after reading this article.
According to reports, two herbalists have been arrested by members of the Nigerian police force for allegedly killing a 35 years old man for money ritual. Below is a picture showing these herbalists:
Photo credited: Daily Post Nigeria
Source: Within Nigeria
These herbalists revealed that the victim, Ayo, approached one of them and asked him, to perform money ritual for him. Instead of carrying out money ritual for this 35 years old man, he planned with another herbalist and killed this 35 years old man for money ritual.
One of the herbalists revealed that he sold the hand of the deceased for the sum of twenty thousand Naira (N20k) and gave out the heart pf the deceased for free.
Here is a lesson all Nigerians should learn from how these herbalists killed their 35 years old customer:
Never try to make money through an evil means: Money is good, but the way you make money matters a lot. No matter how hard you need money, don’t try making money through evil means. According to the suspects, the victim wanted to make money through evil means, and you can see how it ended. The herbalists also killed their customer because of money. Now that they have been apprehended, how will they enjoy the money they were chasing after? Life is not all about money.
As a reader, what other lesson did you learn from this?
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