Renowned media personality, Gilbert Aggrey Abeiku Santana, has made some revelations online. He posted on his Instagram wall concerning a mad man who climbed electrical high tension and stayed there for hours. According to reports, the cablesis connect Ghana's Power supply to Burkina Faso.
All efforts of those around to bring him down proved futile. They told him to get down since it is risky but he refused and was displaying on top of the power cables. It is not known how he was able to climb it. The police service came to the scene to rescue him after he has sustained some injury. His leg was fractured and the police were organising to send him to the hospital for treatment.
Abeiku Santana upon seeing the video captioned it. He wrote: "Wonders shall never end in Ghana. So some police officers can save a life of a mad man while others shoot to kill unarmed sane people. God have mercy upon us".
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