We offer cadavers shower water to ministers for N500,000 – Mortuary workerDead body water, as indicated by a morgue chaperon in Ghana, is being obtained by certain ministers in the nation for as much as N500,000.
In a report by Yen Gh, a female funeral home specialist was found in a video describing how the water is in intense interest.
As indicated by the woman whose character was concealed, the ministers pay as much as GH₵7,000, for the water, and some of the time they even have deficiency.
She clarified that some relatives like to have their bodies washed at the funeral home, and this is the water that the ministers come to purchase.
She said when the floor is wiped, the cleaners crush the filthy water out and keep it in containers which the ministers seek in camouflage.
Depicting it as a 'side occupation', the funeral home laborer admitted to do this business so as to win more cash, clarifying that the work in itself does not bring them much.
"Indeed, even at this our activity we don't get much from it. Yet, with this, occasionally we can't fulfill up with the need from the ministers. We more often than not come up short on water"
She, be that as it may, did not make reference to the names of the ministers and the holy places, maybe, inspired by a paranoid fear of being defrauded.
"The ministers purchase the water, it is in intense interest. At the point when the cleaners mop the floor after a cadaver is washed, they crush the grimy water into holders which the ministers come to purchase," the woman described.
The water is being utilized by the ministers who belittle it to perform supernatural occurrences in their houses of worship.
"A large portion of these ministers utilize the water to perform supernatural occurrences for individuals from their congregation" she said