The Honest Herbalist, Nana Adu-Boafo Jnr, has refuted charges that he possibly conned the Sikaduro Borga before contacting the police.
Nana Adu-Boafo Jnr, an Oyibi-based herbalist, has denied allegations made by certain Netizens that he defrauded a parent who wanted to make money by sacrificing his daughter.
Adom TV went to his house to question him about what transpired, a netizen’s charges of fraud, and how he quit the military.
In response to the allegations, he stated that he has no criminal past and that he did not con the man before phoning the police to arrest him.
According to him, he met the man for the first time on Sunday, May 29, 2022, and he came to him with a specific Nana Fosu whom he knows.
Nana Adu-Boafo claims he has never discussed anything Sikaduro-related with Nana Fosu.
According to the Herbalist, when Nana Fosu brought the Evans Oppong guy, his message was that his friend had returned from overseas but was suffering money difficulties and was prepared to undertake Sikaduro.
He said, “I don’t do Sikaduro,” but he let Evans Oppong tell his own story.
He then informed him that he doesn’t do Sikaduro, but he understands that with Sikaduro, they have to utilize Python to see whether their spirit accepts it.
So he provided him with the phone number of a traditional medicine trader to contact.
The Herbalist went on to say that Evans Oppong is scared of Python, but he has 12 children and is prepared to use two for the Sikaduro.
He denied ever suggesting that he bring his children.
In response to Aplus’s assertions that he was discharged from the military, Nana Adu-Boafo disclosed that he received an administrative release and was not discharged.