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It Is Not Possible To Make Money Through Rituals – Kanayo O Kanayo

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Veteran Nollywood actor, Kanayo O Kanayo, says that he does not see the connection between killing people for rituals and making money. 

Kanayo O Kanayo disclosed this when he recently appeared as a guest speaker at Ikenga Online’s November 2023 Town Hall Meeting when he discussed the topic “Rituals, Riches, and Realities: The Myths of Money-Making and the Dignity of Labour”.

The actor said: “These youths have up their ante and it is not about what they watch. There is no truth to the fact that a man living in a thatched house will ask you to kill your girlfriend and sleep with her to make money. The Yahoo we knew many years ago was writing letters and promising deals that were utopian. We know many people who are in public office today who were part of it. I will not want to mention names.”

The actor who is also a trained lawyer and renowned for his numerous movie roles as a ritualist, talked about the popular ‘Yahoo Yahoo’ trend among youths, saying that money can’t be made via rituals and killing people.

He said: “But today people are told that. The in-thing is Yahoo Promax, which involves killing someone, eating the heart of the person and washing it down with Hennessy, and the belief that you will make money. I can’t see any connection between that and making money. Money is made through hard work.”.

Speaking about himself, he stated that the only way to really make money is through hard work and sacrifice and sacrificing other people.

“I laid the foundation of my house in 2015, and in 2016, Globacom, owned by Mike Adenuga, signed me as one of those to be a part of a nationwide campaign it was holding. The money was huge. So, I made a lot of money and built my house. I can say I made a sacrifice to build that house because, at that time, I had the option of buying a brand new 2015 Range Rover. So the sacrifice I made was that I left the Range Rover and completed my house. That was the sacrifice I made,” he concluded. 



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