Market vendors in Essam-Debiso, Ghana are in shock after discovering a jar containing objects believed to be used for ritual purposes at the heart of the market.
The pot concoction was discovered when the traders went to the market for business.
The pot containing a live snake, a headless vulture, a numerous GH¢50 in total and a bottle of Schnapps supposedly used as a libation were found in the heart of the market.
They suspect it could be a ritual performed by the “sakawa” people.
Others also apportioned blame to other market women, blaming the low market sales as the possible reason for the ritualistic sighting.
Meanwhile, the Kontihene of Sehwi Essam, Nana Yaw Berimah, said that was the second time such rituals have been found in the Essam market.
He disclosed that in the previous occasion, the chiefs performed rites to cleanse the market, adding that same will be done again.
The pot has been broken and it’s content burnt.