Charity Mensah, the embattled traditional priestess who has been arrested in connection with the Kasoa Ritual Killing has revealed that the two teenagers contacted her for a rich charm called “pocket no dry.”
Speaking in an interrogation conducted by the police after her arrest, she said the two teenagers only contacted her via phone call and requested for the rich charm with so much zest.
“What they [teenagers] wanted was “pocket no dry” charm so that they will never lack money in their lives. According to information we [Citi News] picked up from the interrogations, she [priestess] told the boys that she could do it for them.
“There have been several phone interactions between one of the boys and the traditional priestess and the police have in the possession phone records of their conversations.”
“She is yet to confirm to the police that she directed them to bring human parts or a human being for the ritual,”
she was reported by Citi News to have said.
Charity Mensah did not agree to or deny the wild allegation that she directed these teenagers to go kill a 10-year-old boy and present his body for money rituals.
During interrogations, they said the priestess assured them that she will visit the place later at night with some aides to collect the body of the deceased for the ritual.
Meanwhile, the priestess said to be a Beninois and a 2-week-old nursing mother has been granted bail. Her Ghanaian husband and herbalist is reported to have fled with their baby.
On Saturday, April 3, 2021, two teenagers at Kasoa, Felix Nyarko and Nicholas Kini were arrested for allegedly killing a 10-year-old boy, Ishmael Mensah for money rituals.
According to reports by an eyewitness, the two boys lured the boy into an uncompleted building and hit him dead waiting to convey his body to a spiritualist in the Volta Region as directed.
Fast forward, the two suspects appeared in court on April 6 2021 where they were remanded into police custody for two weeks.