“You will keep dying young in car crush” – Young hustler boy warn Sakawa boys

A Ghanaian farmer recently launched a verbal tirade against individuals involved in internet fraud, popularly known in Ghana as “Sakawa boys.” The incident, captured in a video that has since gone viral on social media, shows the farmer calling for misfortunes to befall those involved in this unlawful activity.

The young farmer took issue with the Sakawa boys’ decision to amass wealth through unethical and illicit means, often involving spiritual rituals. He predicted that their illicit activities might result in frequent road accidents and a reduced lifespan, suggesting they may not live past the age of 30.

It is a common belief in Ghana that individuals who engage in Sakawa do not live long enough to enjoy the wealth they illicitly acquire. This idea is often propagated by traditional beliefs and societal norms that frown upon quick wealth accumulation through unscrupulous means.

The farmer’s outburst reflects a growing discontent among hardworking citizens who view internet fraud as an affront to their values and a distortion of societal norms. This incident underscores the broader societal discourse on the moral implications of internet fraud and the desperate measures some individuals resort to for quick financial gain.

About Effah John

John Effah is an accomplishеd writеr and information tеchnology profеssional who is passionatе about crеating compеlling contеnt. Hе has a dеgrее in Information Tеchnology from Kwamе Nkrumah Univеrsity of Sciеncе and Tеchnology (KNUST) and has dеvеlopеd his skills in both tеchnology and writing.