After being introduced into prostitution by a Nigerian lady at a very tender age, a 36-year-old Ghanaian Prostitute, Katrine Obenewaa, has confessed that her quest for money has led her into killing over 100 men she shared her bed with.
The lady who disclosed this on Samuel Mprah’s show on Bryt FM’s, said lack of support from her poor parents meant she had to find alternative ways to make money. This, she said forced her into prostitution, adding that she got more involved in the business after she met a Nigerian lady called Miss Elizabeth Opeyemi.
“I was initially working as a local prostitute but later went international after coming into contact with one Miss Elizabeth Opeyemi, an international sex worker from Nigeria,” she revealed.
According to Yen GH, she further revealed how this mysterious Nigerian woman enticed her to take her prostitution business outside Ghana. This made spread her bounds to neighbouring countries like Benin, Togo and Burkina Faso.
“My eight years of friendship with Miss Opeyemi was a great moment that saw me with billions of cedis. I was able to buy two separates six-bed room apartments from the monies I made through my sex business and now own a lot of other landed properties from this same sex business,” she said.
Katrine further said that she got greedy and wanted more money, thus had to go in for spiritual backup. However her visit to a spiritualist, turned out to be her worst decision.
According to her the aftermath of her visit to the spiritualist was that any man she slept with, lost his life afterwards, and she confronted the Spiritualist who told her it was the price she had to pay for her wealth while adding that it was irreversible.
She confessed that over 100 men had already died, and 70 more were rendered impotent after sleeping with her before she eventually found out what the cause was.
Katrine also said she’s having a big regret over the whole situation, saying “though I have acquired the needed wealth one could desire for in life, am still not a happy person because of this predicament in my life”