Kanayo reacts to post about him cautioning Clem Ohameze against rituals

Nigerian actor, Kanayo O. Kanayo, has reacted to an ironic post on microblogging platform, Twitter that alluded to his role as a ritualist in movies.

An investigative blog had reported that the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Olukayode Ariwoola warned judges not to bring shame to the judiciary.

Popular businessman and influencer, Cross responded by using a movie analogy to point out how ironic the CJN’s warning sounds.

He quoted the post and tweeted; “Kanayo O. Kanayo cautions Clem Ohameze against money rituals.”

Kanayo, who understood the reference, instilled fear in Cross by simply replying; ‘hmmm’ with angry emojis.

The Twitter user later tendered an apology to the actor dubbed Nnayi Sacrifice owing to his signature evil acts in film.

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Veteran actor, Kanayo recently said that nobody has the power to make another person rich through rituals, especially not those native doctors that live in thatched huts.

He warned young Nigerians against ritual killings in the hope of making money, saying there is no established connection between human sacrifices and becoming rich.

Speaking about rampant ritual killings, the actor said: “These people (youths) have up their ante and it is not about what they watch (movies). There is no truth to the fact that a man living in a thatched house will ask you to kill your girlfriend and sleep with her to make money.

“The Yahoo (scam) we knew many years ago was writing letters and promising deals that were utopian. We know many people who are in public office today who were part of it. I will not want to mention names.

“But today people are told that. The in-thing is Yahoo Promax, which involves killing someone, eating the heart of the person and washing it down with Hennessy, and the belief that you will make money. I can’t see any connection between that and making money. Money is made through hard work.”