Students mimic some local self-acclaimed men of God in video

Students mimic some local self-acclaimed men of God in video

- Some Accra High School students in Ghana have recorded an extremely hilarious video of themselves imitating some self-acclaimed men of God

- The students appear to have rehearsed the act over and over as they executed it with mastery

- The video was recorded before the outbreak of Covid-19, which is why there is no adherence to social-distancing protocols

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A group of Accra High School students in Ghana recorded a very hilarious video as they portrayed how some fake miracles are performed by some self-acclaimed men of God.

The video was sighted by Briefly.co.za on the official Facebook handle of Citi FM in which the young men were dressed in their school uniforms.

It was not stated how the students were able to get the act so organised together but it is thought that they had rehearsed several times, judging from how well it was executed.

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See video below:

They portrayed how a young man who could not walk properly was scheduled to see the head pastor for a healing miracle to be performed on him.

The 'odifuor' was powerfully introduced by his right-hand man after which the patient was brought and an amazing deliverance was carried out.

It should, however, be stated that the video was recorded before the outbreak of Covid-19, which is why there appears to be no adherence to social-distancing protocols.

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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Moonchild Sanelly is shaking the tables with a new song called Bashiri. In the song, the muso takes a dig at pastors who use the church to make money.

Speaking to ZAlebs, the artist said that the song was inspired by a woman who spoke about a pastor being treated like a god. The song talks about preachers who use God to make a profit.

The controversial song is from the perspective of a member of the "Bashiri" church. In the song, the woman is being cheated on by her hubby. She takes the unfaithful man to a pastor who promises to help them if she prays and pays tithes.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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