30 shekels of silver has always been the description.
It’s a statistic we’ve all seen before, but we’ve never seen how much it costs in our own currency.
Kwame A Plus, on the other hand, has simplified things for everyone’s benefit.
Kwame calculated that 30 shekels of silver would cost Ghc 51 in today’s currency after conducting analysis, which included using Google to verify the exchange rate.
So the soul of God’s son cost only Ghc 51.
Of course, we haven’t factored in inflation or the fact that the shekels used back then might not be the same as they are today, but according to this “research” from the troublesome Plus, Judas made this much money by betraying the “son of God.”