Ex-Education Ministry deputy chief accountant gave almost $15 thousand to street clairvoyant

Ex-Education Ministry deputy chief accountant gave almost $15 thousand to street clairvoyant

A clairvoyant managed to convince an official that her family and she have a terrible curse.

Deputy Chief Accountant of the reorganized Ministry of Education of Russia, 64-year-old Tatyana Kochnova, gave almost 1 million rubles ($15 thousand) to a clairvoyant on the street. Details are provided by Telegram channel Mash.

The woman was walking in Otradnoye, when an unknown woman, who presented herself as a clairvoyant, approached her. The stranger managed to convince Kochnova that she and her family are terribly cursed, which could be remedied by casting a spell over the money the official had on her.

The Deputy Chief Accountant gave the fortune-teller for the spell 400 thousand rubles ($6 thousand) and 7.5 thousand dollars that she had with her. The clairvoyant conducted a “ritual” and allegedly gave the money back in the package, forbidding to look in it for 9 days. But Kochnova, unable to endure it, checked the bag earlier and saw that instead of the money the witch had left her only cut sheets of newspaper.

According to the data of the websites of the Ministry of Science and the Ministry of Education (the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation was divided into these two departments - Ed.), it is not specified that Tatyana Kochnova works in Accounts Department today. Information about her position remained only on the old version of the site.

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