- A gentleman in Ghana with the handle @emmazegit was seen taking polluted water from a pond as 'tea' with bread
- According to the hilarious man, it was out of broken-heart but he was seen eating the combination with great joy
- Ghanaians have had mixed reactions concerning the video that is fast trending on social media
A young man has been captured on camera taking a full loaf of bread with polluted brown-looking water from what appeared to be a stagnant pond.
The gentleman indicated that it was a result of a broken heart but many people have been expressing opposing views on the video sighted by Briefly News on the Instagram handle of @emmazegit_4real.
What appears to be interesting about the video is that the gentleman was seen taking the 'meal' with great joy, which removed all initial suspicions that it was out of hunger.
See the video below:
Below are some comments from Ghanaians regarding the video
Effiakuma_DonaldTrump with the handle @WoodFrimpong said:
These things no dey funny.. The person wey dey record get big problem pass am
Elorm Bae whose handle is @YaaElorm1 indicated that:
He is enjoying natural tea without sugar that sweetness nu
@OnBilay mentioned that:
Like he for do am for wanna tea lakes side to help push the #fixGhananow agenda
@Nuku87168579 suggested that:
The guy is getting mad you guys are making it a joke
In a separate story, a video has gone viral on social media in which a female pastor could be seen cursing her church members who didn't contribute money for her birthday celebration.
The cleric simply identified as Pastor Cecilia stood on the pulpit and declared that God would punish any member who did not contribute money for her special day.
In the video that was shared on Instagram by @lindaikejiblogofficial, church members could be seen cheering the pastor on as the curses flew in the air.
According to the cleric, she gives money to members whenever they come to her with their needs but they failed to reciprocate the kind gesture during her birthday celebration.
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Source: Briefly News