Paa Dogo subtly confirms Nhyiraba Kojo is into money rituals business (+ Video

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Nhyiraba Kojo

CEO of Money Go Flow Music, Nhyiraba Kojo is one of the wealthiest Ghana Hip-Hop musicians. He lives in a big mansion and drives big cars. But on the other side, scamming or sakawa issues follow him.

At one time the police were on his trail and still are due to a scamming case for allegedly some large amount of cash from the Spintex at Barclays bank. But on several platforms, Nhyiraba Kojo has described the sakawa allegations as null and void.

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But if the words of Paa Dogo in an interview with Sammy Flex is anything to go by, then it’s obvious that the CEO of Money Go Flow Music is into serious money rituals business otherwise known as Sakawa.

According to Paa Dogo, he once paid a visit to Nhyiraba Kojo where he was given GH¢100 as his transportation fee. Thereafter, Nhyiraba assured him that he’ll take him to a special place so he (Paa Dogo) can become a millionaire overnight like himself.

Paa Dogo added that he refused to heed the counsel of Nhyiraba Kojo by following him the special place to achieve tremendous financial success overnight. Paa Dogo made it emphatic that he can’t say it on authority as he didn’t follow him to the special place but he feels Nhyiraba Kojo’s money is not genuine.

Watch short interview below:


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