- A rib-cracking video has surfaced showing a Ghanaian preacher trying to forcibly pray for a mentally ill man
- It all started on a light note but things fell apart when the mentally unstable man got completely agitated and brought the spiritual battle into the physical realm
- Natives who were being spectators could not keep calm at this point as they kept screaming on top of their voices in excitement
A spiritual deliverance from the spirit of madness has turned into a physical battle as a Ghanaian pastor forcibly prayed for a mentally ill man in a rib-cracking video.
The hilarious footage that is fast going viral was sighted by Legit.ng on the official Instagram handle of Celebritiesbuzzgh.
The location where the incident took place is not disclosed but it is clear that it was in an Akan community as some of the people were speaking Twi.
See video below:
At the start, the mentally ill man appeared to have been unhappy about the pastor's move to pray for him by force but the preacher did not stop at that point.
Filled with so much passion to cause a change in the life of the mentally unstable man, the preacher kept praying and trying to lay his hand on the head of the man.
Then it reached the point where the man whose peace was being disturbed could not take it any longer. He turned the battle from a spiritual deliverance into physical combat which landed both himself and the preacher on the floor.
Natives who were being spectators could not keep calm at this point as they kept screaming on top of their voices in excitement.
In other news, a member of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Imran Abdullahi, has melted hearts after sensitising Almajiri children in the community he is currently serving his fatherland.
Abdullahi, who is serving in Kano state, sensitised the children on how best to protect themselves against the deadly COVID-19.
He said he spent the Children Day sensitising Almajiris on regular washing of hands and the use of alcohol-based hand sanitise.
The children were also taught on how to maintain physical distancing and on the right use of face masks.
Abdullahi said he also taught them on how to get in touch with both the state and the national COVID-19 task forces if they experience the symptoms or know anybody with the symptoms of the disease.
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