Ghanaian traditional man uses 2 brooms to detect person who stole item in video

Ghanaian traditional man uses 2 brooms to detect person who stole item in video

- An unidentified traditionalist in Ghana has shown extreme power and 'professionalism' in a trending video

- The man was given a task to screen a group of young men to see which of them was guilty of stealing an item

- The manner in which he was able to grab hold of the real culprit in the video was simply breathtaking

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A traditional man in Ghana whose name has not yet been disclosed was captured in a video as he successfully identified the person who stole an item with just two brooms.

The video that caused a great stir on social media was sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Facebook handle of OMG voice.

In the footage, there were a number of young men who lined up to be tested for an offence of theft to know which of them actually picked the item and did not want to disclose it.

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With only two brooms, one held in each hand, the man would try interlocking the brooms around the neck of the suspect and if they were not the thief, the brooms would not interlock.

The process was carried out on a good number of people who were found to be not guilty but that was not the case for the last gentleman.

Immediately he took his turn, the brooms interlocked so strongly that they could actually pull him to the floor as happened in the footage.

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In another report, a 95-year-old World War II (WWII) veteran, Ex-Private Joseph Ashiteye Hammond, has raised £18,000 (GhC 130k) to support frontline workers and vulnerable veterans in Africa as his contribution towards the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

According to Graphic.com.gh, the funds generated would be used to purchase Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and essentials for frontline workers of Commonwealth countries of Africa.

It is indicated that a portion of the funds will also be used to support some vulnerable veterans, particularly, in Hammond's home country, Ghana.

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