“I lost my own brother to money rituals” – Comedian Waris in tears as he shares personal experience (video)
Popular Ghanaian comedian, Abdul Waris Umaru popularly known as Comedian Waris, has finally revealed why he’s so emotional about the ongoing discussions involving the murder of a 10-year-old boy at Kasoa.
According to the comedian in a video sighted by Gossips24.com on social media, his family has been a victim of money ritual in Ghana.
He revealed that his own brother was used for money rituals.
Though tears didn’t allow the comedian to share his deep secret with the world, he said more than enough while schooling the chairman of the National Media Commission over his recent comments.
The Chairman for the Commission who was reacting to the police service’s investigation report stated that the two persons involved in the murder of a ten-year-old committed the crime on the instructions of a spiritualist they saw on TV.
But reacting to the statement of the police, the NMC Chairperson said in an interview that, “To put it on a charge sheet that this is the reason why they did that, I think that this is a very lazy investigation.”
Comedian Waris has therefore advised the chairman of the commission to speak with wisdom instead of acting like a mad person when he appears on TV.