This article is about an unidentified man that was seen and recorded hanging on electric wires for about 5 hours without being electrocuted.This happened in Walewale,the capital of West Mamprusi Municipal in the North East Region of Ghana.
This News was broadcasted by Angel FM as they described what happened.
Reports coming from Angel FM accounted how this man climbed up the electric pole and decided to hang on it's wires for about 5hours.He climbed the pole with his bare hands and foot.They further revealed that the people of the town pleaded with him to get down but still he decided to hang on the wires for about 5 hours.
The host of Angel FM'S Afternoon News Kwadwo Dickson expressed shock as he commented on what the man did.
The real reason the man did this is not known but people are speculating he is "super human" and that he does things similarly to this.
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