- An unidentified lady has been captured in a rather bizarre 'cursing' video
- The video shows the woman pouring libation in the middle of a road
- A voice-over the video alleges she was pronouncing curses
- Social media user, Esi Annan, also confirms Liberation Road, opposite Afrikiko Restaurant as the location
Some Ghanaians have been left utterly alarmed following a video of a lady who was captured allegedly pronouncing curses for reasons unknown.
The unidentified lady was captured standing in the middle of the Liberation Road opposite Afrikiko Restaurant, which is some blocks adjacent to the Jubilee House, the seat of Ghana's Government.
The video shows the lady with a bottle in hand and pours bits of the bottle’s content on the highway along with unheard 'diabolic' declarations, later breaks the bottle on the road and leaves the scene.
A voice-over the video, which initially wondered what the lady was up to in the middle of the road, indicated seconds into the video that the lady was pronouncing curses.
YEN.com.gh sighted the video after it was shared in a Facebook group which has since garnered nearly a 1,000 reactions and over 2,000 comments at the time the story was being covered.
Meanwhile, Ghanaian veteran actor, Kofi Laing, famed as 'Kohwe' in an impassioned appeal, has called on the leaders of the country and the public to care about the predicament of aged actors, especially those living in deprived conditions.
‘Kohwe’ noted that these old actors have brought joy and eased tensions in the homes of many while stating that what they did cannot be quantified, considering the enormous positive impacts they’ve made in people’s lives and the country.
In an interview with The Spectator newspaper, 'Kohwe' highlighted the plights of his colleagues and said some of them died as paupers because they did not receive assistance from anywhere.
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