- An unnamed man was recently videoed breaking eggs while pronouncing curses in the middle of the road at Kwame Nkrumah Circle
- The man claimed his money and phone were cunningly stolen by an unknown person
- A video of him has gained traction on social media
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''As the bird by wandering, as the swallow by flying, so the curse causeless shall not come,'' Proverbs 26:2.
In a recent viral video, a man was filmed pronouncing curses while claiming his money and phone were stolen.
It appears he may have been tricked by a person who posed as a phone dealer at Circle but ended up collecting his money and bolted with it.
The man was captured cursing in the middle of the road at Kwame Nkrumah Circle over the person he claimed collected his money and disappeared.
While at it, he was physically attacked and met with slaps by other young men who found his activity upsetting.
Hopefully, the pained and unhappy man’s diabolic pronouncement shall not come to pass, take root or manifest
However, a curse with a cause may rightly take effect and manifest if not timely overturned.
The video of the young man breaking two eggs in the middle of the road has since gone viral and has been shared by many on social media.
Watch video below:
Meanwhile, in one recent love tale, an unidentified member of the National Youth Corps (NYSC) proposed marriage to his long-time fiancée, who is a soldier. Enchanting photos of the couple have surfaced online after reports about the two went viral.
YEN.com.gh has sighted photos making rounds on social media and the said corps member could be seen on his knees proposing as he attempted sliding an engagement ring on his soldier fiancée’s finger. A revered Facebook page shared the photos of the adorable couple.
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