- A young man in Ghana has joined the statistics of people who bought phones on the streets of Accra and ended up realizing it was made of something else
- Narrating the story, Thomas Tag Amenyo, who says the victim was his brother, shared photos of the 'wooden phone'
- Thomas was so disappointed by what was done to his own brother that he decided to sentence the perpetrators to hell
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A gentleman in Ghana who bought a smartphone on the streets of Accra got home to only realize that he was actually given packaged wood.
According to a report by Celebritiesbuzz.com.gh, the victim's brother called Thomas Tag Amenyo narrated the story in a public group on Facebook where he shared the pictures of the 'wooden phone'.
The pictures show that wood was shaped carefully in the form of a phone and then embedded inside the case where the internal elements are meant to be.
Thomas sounded so disappointed by what was done to his own brother that he decided to sentence the perpetrators to hell.
“Some phone dealers won’t make it to heaven, see what they did to my brother in Accra, Hmm. Any victim in the house? Share your experience,” he said.
Although Thomas did not disclose the exact location his brother was victimized at, it is thought that the incident happened at Circle, where many similar reports are usually heard.
Meanwhile, a Ghanaian elder in the Church of Pentecost called Mr Kenneth Amoabeng and his wife, Mrs Vera Amoabeng, have given birth to five children at once.
According to reports sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Instagram handle of factsandtruths_official as well as celebritiesbuzz.com.gh, the couple had been married for eight years without a child.
The five children were christened during a naming ceremony that was held at the Tema Community 1 Assembly of the Church of Pentecost, opposite the Full Gospel Church International.
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