- A video has shown how a student had his hands glued to a sculpture reportedly made by his teacher
- The footage that was taken at Sogasco in the Volta Region demonstrates how traditional artifacts sometimes contain powers
- It is alleged that the student in question doubted what the tutor said and decided to experiment for himself
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A bizarre video is heaping reactions on social media as it captures a confounding moment when a student was trying to remove his hand from a sculpture.
In the caption of the video that was shared on the Facebook handle of the page called Ghana: Pride of Africa Culture, it is alleged that the artifact was molded by a teacher at Sogakope Senior High School
According to the report, the teacher had warned the students not to allow their hands to touch the artwork because it contained powers but one of them decided not to pay heed.
"The said teacher was teaching them about how powerful Africans were in the past with their artworks and that , most of our indigenous sculpture works possess some sort of natural powers . In contrary to that belief, the students were challenging the teacher and got his hand glued to it ," the report said.
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Reactions on social media
Below were some of the popular comments shared under the video by Ghanaians.
Noble Camilla Chinyere indicated:
Those other guys at the extreme, why ain't they helping . Wonders shall never end in manipulating people's mind on social media in things that doesn't exist.
Gracee Isah commented:
This is the kind of power that render Africa powerless, household wickedness and witchcraft altars unseen force that has brought so much harm than good.
Alexander Aforijiku Adeshina stated:
It's just funny! Africa has these great powers and yet she is still whooping in abject poverty ☹
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