Church members of a church have been sighted in a rather weird video with their pastor
The video showed the congregants hurriedly putting their clothes on the ground for the preacher
A man who appeared like their leader was seen walking over the cloths
A new video making rounds on social media has shown congregants of a church giving their pastor some sort of preferential treatment as he walked through town.
The video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram saw the pastor being made to walk on pieces of cloths owned by his congregants.
The pastor who appeared to be going somewhere, was seen walking majestically on the cloths that were being placed on the floor for him and did not tell them to stop.
In the video, the man believed to be the pastor of the church was wearing a surgical face mask as was some members of the congregation who appeared to be 'worshipping' him.
It appeared the church members of the unknown church did not want the feet of their pastor to touch the bare ground - probably because he was held in very high esteem.
The congregants were seen running ahead of each other to lay their cloths on the ground for the man of God to walk over them.
Among those appeared to be 'worshipping' the man of God were many men who are believed to play doubles as the bodyguards of the preacher.
The locality looked so much like an African one but the language they were speaking was obviously not Ghanaian - an indication that the video does not emanate from here.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a Ghanaian mother has given her daughter a lesson of a lifetime after she barged in on her enjoying a dancing session instead of running an errand for her.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the young lady was seen dancing to Fameye's song in what appeared like a single room.
All that while, she was supposed to be running an urgent errand for her mum who was outside the room waiting on her daughter so she could finish what she was doing.
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