Kasoa murder saga: I don’t blame those teenage ‘murderers’, I blame gov’t – Ibrah One

Ghanaian self-acclaimed millionaire and businessman, Ibrahim Dauoda well recognized as Ibrah One has waded into the trending issue surrounding the murder of a 10-year-old boy in Kasoa.

According to the self-made prophet, blames should be laid on government for failing to protect the kids in the area and not the teenage boys who murdered their friend for money rituals.

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In a social media post, Ibrah One said that a Ghanaian movie was banned from showing on our screens with the reason that it will incite Ghanaians to go after politicians yet blood money rituals commercials are allowed to be shown on TV and played on the radio.

To him, there are no leaders in the country since these kinds of stuff are being allowed to be shown on our screens.

He wrote;

“Ghana is now a complete Banana Republic; A movie was banned with the excuse that, it will incite the public to go after politicians yet blood money rituals commercials are being aired on our television and radio stations every day and we still think we have leaders. I don’t blame those boys for the murder of that innocent child, I blame the government for failing to protect those kids.#Ibrahone”

Kasoa murder saga: I don't blame those teenage 'murderers', I blame gov't – Ibrah One