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Kasoa murder: Don’t blame Mallams for teenagers’ decision to kill 10-year-old for money rituals – Da Hammer

Popular sound engineer and businessman, Edward Osei, popularly known as Da Hammer has waded into the conversation around the murder of a 10-year-old for money rituals by two teenagers.

The two boys, aged 18 and 19, reportedly killed the boy and buried his body at Kasoa on Saturday, April 3.

Police arrest two teenagers at Kasoa for allegedly killing 10-year-old for money rituals

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While many have expressed shock with scores more angry about the development and pushing for jail time and a possible death sentence for the two over the heinous crime, several others are worried about how such a development even came to be in the first place.

One of such is Da Hammer who has been hazarding a guess as to why such things appear to be gaining grounds in a morally upright society like Ghana.

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According to the celebrated music producer, “Hot boys dey town dey push machines their parents could never buy, building houses even top CEOs can’t build… enjoying and flaunting all this while remaining unemployed. What do u expect?

These kids are on Snapchat 24/7 watching reels upon reels of real and fake lifestyles of young ppl.., the point is ppl are living and they want in on the action as well,” he said in a post on Facebook.
Read below the full post by Da Hammer on Facebook
… but on a serious note the peer pressure for town no be easy oo, I’ve heard the fake Mallams on tv argument but really these alleged Mallams are only filling a void… they noticed a business opportunity in the wake of this social media excessive showcase of glamour, both fake and real.
Hot boys dey town dey push machines their parents could never buy, building houses even top CEOs can’t build… enjoying and flaunting all this while remaining unemployed. What do u expect?
These kids are on Snapchat 24/7 watching reels upon reels of real and fake lifestyles of young ppl.., the point is ppl are living and they want in on the action as well.

So really these so called Mallams are just business men servicing a demand, selling hope just like the church does… only these guys promise quicker results… And obviously the desperate and weaker kids are definitely bound to fall victim to these con artists and eventually go do something stupid… just to keep up with the Joneses.
We respect boys them grind, but really if you’re in your 20s and you’re unemployed but u possess the wealth of a millionaire, pls move in silence… u dey buy too much pressure for these youth. Some don’t even wanna go to school anymore.
The fake Mallams aren’t the issue.
Like The Mallam no dey, trust me, boys go still find other avenues to keep up with the joneses.. be it armed robbery or what have u.
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