Ghanaians react as video of man who can read minds surfaces online

Ghanaians react as video of man who can read minds surfaces online

- A man has displayed an ability to read minds and his act has generated varied comments on social media

- In a video that has gone viral, the man who appears to correctly guess a search item provided by another man

- Some social media users are however not surprised at his action and have expressed their opinion about the video

A video of a man who reportedly reads minds has caused a stir on social media.

In the video, the man, who is yet to be identified, asked another man, known as Kwasi Aboagye, to search for something online.

Aboagye’s search results are displayed to a camera but are on the blindside of the man performing the act.

Aboagye searches for photos online and the man requests for another phone with which he tries to look for the same thing Aboagye searched.

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When both phones are displayed to the camera, it appears as if the man found the exact search item Aboagye located online.

Some social media users are however doubtful of the man’s capabilities and have expressed their reactions about it:

Brown argued that he is not God and can therefore not read minds.

Tamme added that the WIFI helped him in his act.

Emison wondered if he can repeat the act if something is written on paper.

To Bhimnative, it is all black magic.

Mohammed, however, noted that Ghanaians would have applauded if it was a white man.

In other news, Prince Nana Kow Essel, an electrical and electronic engineering graduate of the University of Mines and Technology, has created clean energy from alcohol.

Essel's interest in innovative ways to create things started during his days in junior high school. Together with his friends, they played with chemicals available because a father to one of them was a chemist.

He once took a chemical home, added another to it, brought the mixture near a fire and was fascinated as it lit up.

Essel’s discovery that Brazil uses alcohol to fuel cars compelled him to team up with others to develop a similar product.

Along the line, they decided to use the alcohol as fuel for cooking and subsequently piloted the experiment in rural areas.

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