- There was drama in a church on Good Friday as the story of Jesus Christ was re-enacted in a play
- The man playing the character of Jesus angrily walked off the stage in the middle of the pay
- This was after he received a heavy whipping as part of the play
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It is Easter once again and Christians across the world are remembering the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
In times like these, many churches use drama to re-enact Jesus' story as told in the Bible.
But the Jesus play of one church got ended unceremoniously after the man acting as Christ angrily walked off the stage.
The man had been angered after he was given what he described as too hard lashes when it got the part for Jesus to be whipped.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the man who was dressed in a white gown and carrying across while another man acting as a soldier gave him lashes.
One of the lashes happened to be too hard for the actor and he was heard shouting Jesus.
He turned around to face the 'soldier' and ask him if he wanted to end his life before his time.
He then dropped the cross and angrily walked away saying "I no go do am again."
It is not yet known where exactly the funny incident happened or the church in which it happened but the video has been trending on social media since Easter started.
In other news, Kumawood actress Mercy Asiedu and her husband Nana Agyemang Duah have celebrated their wedding anniversary.
The couple got married in 2017 making this year their fourth wedding anniversary.
The actress took to social media to share a photo and video in celebration.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that actress Nana Ama McBrown had released new photos with her husband, Maxwell Mensah.
The photos have McBrown and Maxwell loved-up during a recent baecation.
McBrown shared the photos to wish her fans a happy Easter and fans have been reacting to the photos since they popped up.
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