This is Plutus, the Greek god of wealth, prosperity, abundance, and agriculture. His name is derived from the Greek etymology “ploutos,” which means “wealth.”
Thousands of years ago, many Greeks believed that calling upon Plutus can open the doors of wealth for someone.
This belief that spirits can give money was once common in all European nations in the ancient times.
Today, such beliefs have been absorbed or replaced by technology.
The disruption of African cultural development, in the 19th century, that would have metamorphosed into modern technology today has led to confusion in many areas of the continent.
We have gone back to “square one”.
Today, many Africans have gone back beyond the Stone Age. In the 21st century, humans with brains still believe that a spirit or deity can fasten one’s economic growth.
Our political class and the world in general will continue to treat us as morons as long as this ajambele mentality persists.
No spirit of any religion or deity knows anything about Naira or Dollar. All those testimonies you hear everyday are nothing but fraud and ajambele stories.