YEN.com.gh has sighted a video of a strange whirlwind totally wrecking the set-up of a crusade which was taking place on a football field.
The whirlwind scattered some carefully arranged plastic chairs and sent people running in several directions.
The video which is believed to have emanated from Kenya, saw worshipers in the Kenyan town of Ukambani being awestruck by the phenomenon.
Many people who were on the crusade grounds and saw the incident were left in shock when a whirlwind suddenly erupted and blew away plastic chairs and electronic equipment during the crusade.
It appeared that the incident was not for the fainthearted as those who did not understand the happening had to run for their lives.
A few people among the gathering however mustered courage and were seen recording the strange wind.
The video which has started going viral on social media has generated a lot of debate with many people attributing the whirlwind to the machinations of the gods who did not want to see the work of God flourish.
Video Credit: YouTube/Samuel Maina
According to reports, the natural occurrence has been linked to the power of witches in the area.
A twitter user, Jay-Jorm who also posted the video made a joke about I when he wrote, “If you are going to do crusade in the Volta region, next time ask permission."
The above caption generated a whole lot of back and forth with many people sharing their opinion on the video.
Wikipedia defines a whirlwind as a weather phenomenon in which a vortex of wind forms due to instabilities and turbulence created by heating and flow gradients. Whirlwinds occur all over the world and in any season.
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