A group of robbers returned stolen cash to their victims in Ghana after they had reported the crime to a native doctor within their community.
According to a report by Revival FM, the thieves had stolen Ghc10,000 from their victim, have reportedly returned the money after the incident was reported to a native doctor at Borkor Bullet Hanson shrine in Volta region of Ghana.
The five robbers who were summoned to Borkor Bullet Hanson’s shrine to confess initially denied stealing the money.
However after a ritual was conducted, one of them admitted to stealing the money. Few hours after leaving the shrine, one of the accused came begging for his life with the stolen money. He returned Gh¢9700 and confessed he spent Gh¢300.