According to reports, a suspected Yahoo (fraudster) boy in Ghana has made alarming confessions about the source of his income and the manner in which he obtained his new Mercedes-Benz car, claiming that he murdered his own mother in order to obtain the asset.
After confessing to killing his mother in order to obtain his new Benz car, in a video posted on social media, the young guy implied that any of his peers who are jealous can also kill their mothers in order to obtain a Benz car, as a result of his achievement.
The young man, who has not been recognized, was spotted flaunting cedi notes, while boasting on how he acquired his millions and purchased his automobile, according to witnesses.
It's possible that the young man made these assertions out of joy after receiving his new car, or that he truly meant every single thing he said, but neither seems likely. In any case, if the police were to conduct a search for him, he would not have an easy time dealing with the authorities.
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