- A groom was put in a tight spot in a video by being asked to select which of the many ladies presented to him was his wife
- His eyes were completely covered and he was given the chance to find his wife by checking only the hand of the contestants
- In the end, he was successful but social media users have been suggesting there was a trick at play
An interesting video is beginning to make waves on social media as it shows an intriguing game during the wedding ceremony of a newly wedded couple.
In the video, the groom was blindfolded and asked to pick which of the many ladies selected as contestants was his wife by simply holding their hands.
Although there were a lot of ladies and a few gentlemen who presented their hands to be checked by the groom, he was able to detect which one, in particular, was that of his bride.
See the video below:
A lot of people appeared to be impressed by the man's ability to find his partner with a blindfold, but others have been attempting to figure out how it was done.
Groß Khan suggested that:
It’s so obvious to know…… immediately after the guys came, his wife followed and his wife was the only one she shook hands with her left hand
take Hills indicated it was not that difficult:
Quite easy to Know. But I heard someone say; 'herh! obi girl na wofi nano'
Bernard Boasiako Antwi also said:
but the gown made it possible and easy to identify. let all ladies wear gown and let him do it again.
In another interesting story, a responsible and kind-hearted Ghanaian man identified simply as Mr Afful has been able to single-handedly save a man who was hit by a trailer and abandoned.
Narrating the story in the popular Facebook group, Tell It All, the victim whose name is Tyna Duamorson indicated that the trailer hit him from behind and landed him in two ditches.
When the incident occurred the morning of May 25, 2021, the trailer sped off but fortunately for Tyna, Mr Afful was on the route doing his usual morning jogging and witnessed what happened.
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