The quest for quick money has led to the death of a 16-year-old Senior Secondary School One [SSS1], student, Raimi Fatai, after he allegedly died following the administration of a liquid substance on him by three of his classmates during a money ritual process in Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital.
It was gathered that the deceased and his mates had embarked on the money ritual route after one of them whose father is a native doctor, promised them that the substance would make them rich.
The native doctor’s son, according to the report, had told his colleagues that he has mastered that art from his father and could equally prepare a charm that would make them rich and therefore, gave them the substance which led to the death of Fatai whil the rest are battling for their lives in a hospital.
After taking the fatal substance, all four students reportedly took ill with Fatai giving up the ghost two days later while the other victims who were also on the verge of death, were taken to hospital.
It was gathered that the late Fatai’s father, who was bothered about the sudden death of his son, approached the father of another student who led them to the herbalist’s den before the case was reported to the police.