Blood money, also known as “Sikaduro” in our regional dialect, is widely used these days, according to Prophet Ajagurajah, also known as Abed Kwabena Boakye Asiamah, the founder of the Universal Spiritual Outreach (Ajagurajah Movement).
Approximately 80% of people in the world use blood money, whether knowingly or unknowingly, the prophet claims.
Ajagurajah described the concept of blood money to Fiifi Pratt of Accra-based Kingdom Plus FM. Blood money can be acquired by negotiating with a ghost or other supernatural entity in exchange for money.
“Whether they were aware of it or not, 80% of people have utilized blood money. Money earned by conversing with ghosts is referred to as “blood money.” According to your conception of blood money, a snake ought to be spewing out cash, but that’s not what happens, he pointed out.
The divisive prophet also implied that some ladies who have Chinese letter tattoos on the right side of their necks participate in blood money.
According to Ajagurajah, these ladies fly to Burkina Faso, Senegal, and Cameroon for voodoo to gain power because they are seeking bad ways to become affluent.
Women with tattoos on the right side of their necks should be avoided. You should exercise extreme caution when near the woman if the writing is in Chinese, Arabic, or any other language you don’t understand. Women now bathe in rivers in Cameroon, according to Ajagurajah.
He emphasized, “Some ladies are drawn to blood money. Show the lady the tissue you used when she comes to see you and you have to use the restroom. Don’t discard it. In order to obtain blood money and control spirits, the women are currently traveling to Senegal, Cameroon, and Burkina Faso. Now, a young girl may direct an elderly person.