- A video of a 'dumb' man preaching at a market has popped up online
- The video shows the man holding a megaphone while making attempts to reach out to shoppers
- The video has gone viral since it popped up on social media
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A jaw-dropping visual has emerged of a man who appears to be dumb wielding a megaphone while seemingly undertaking his ambassadorial duties as a Kingdom enforcement agent of the word of God.
The first seconds of the striking video shows the man, whose identity is yet to be known holding a megaphone reaching out to shoppers at a market with his ‘message’.
The blurred visual also shows the dumb preacher attired in a blue long sleeve and short skirt over long trousers.
In the visual sighted by YEN.com.gh, which has been widely circulated, a voice in the video could be heard making giggling ridiculing sounds as he captured the man.
YEN.com.gh first spotted the footage after German-resident Ghanaian blogger Bigscout Nana Prempeh shared it in mockery of the man while teasing Bishop Obinim, Rev Owusu Bempeh, Rev. Obofour and Opambour.
The short video shows the man was determined to convey the message of the cross regardless of his limitations.
Despite his difficulty to communicate the word of God vocally, one could determine that he was undoubtedly willing to save a soul.
Watch video below:
In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported that Farouk James, an 8-year-old toddler with Ghanaian roots has been denied admission by several schools owing to his long hair James’ mother, Bonnie Miller of the UK, has been fighting for the policy to be altered.
Miller has been searching for a school for her son and two found so far won’t allow him because of his long, natural hair.
YEN.com.gh gathers that one of those schools is The London Oratory School, the same school her 23-year-old first son attended.
Bonnie Miller told CBS News that she knew about their schools’ hair policies while disclosing that she had the same setback with her older son 10 years ago.
She thought after years passed, their strict policies might have changed but she found out they didn't and Farouk's long hair violated the school's policy, too.
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