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Kweiku's friend 'Skidoo' introduced him to the scamming business. ' Like pampering that way."She's online looking for a partner.
At a shrine on the outskirts of Accra, businesswoman and celebrity fetish priestess Nana Agradaa casts spells for her customers to help them make money.
Nana Agradaa takes 100 cedis () a session from cafe boys to deliver them the power to manipulate their victims.
We watch as Nana Agraada invokes her spirits in front of a wooden idol, covered in photos of westerners which have been brought to her by cafe boys.
She chants, spits schnapps and pours talcum powder on her idols, as she demonstrates one of her most popular incantations with an assistant."He brought some white people to me," she said."The boy wants them to send him some amount because he has been asking for money but they have not paid the money."So I give him some soap to go and use, so when he's using it to bath, he will say anything that he wants the white lady or the white man to do for him."Superstition runs deep in Ghana and many believe scammers rely on juju, or magic."I hear that there is some spiritual powers that they use," said Dr Yankson, from the Ghana Police.
In secret groups on Facebook's instant messaging service, Whats App, we found scammers sharing tips on mimicking American accents and female voices.
In the Whats App groups, criminals advertised Australian bank accounts to launder money and buyers offered to send gifts to Australian romance scam victims. At an outdoor concert in Accra, hundreds of young Ghanians have gathered to dance, listen to music and party.
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