The amount of money Judas Iscariot made after selling Jesus Christ to the Romans has always been described as 30 shekels of silver.
It’s a figure we always heard of but never knew exactly how much it costs in our own terms.
Well, Kwame A Plus has broken it down to everyone’s understanding.
After carrying out research, and by research we mean using google to check the exchange rate, Kwame determined that 30 shekels of silver in today’s currency would cost Ghc 51.
So the soul of the son of God cost just Ghc 51.
Of course, we haven’t taken into account inflation and the fact that the shekels back then might not be the same now but per this ‘study’ from the troublesome A Plus, this is how much Judas made from betraying the ‘son of God’.