The Bible didn't lie when it said "There is nothing new under the sun". However, everyday under the sun emerges surprising news. You will not wake up a single day in Ghana without being hit with an amazing yet amusing news
On the streets of Adum, kumasi this morning presented a chaotic atmosphere today when an unknown man in red fabric wrap , went chasing another man with a cutlass. From the video circulating, you could hear from the audio that, it was because the man with the cutlass was carrying out that action because the other man who was driving a Toyota 4x4 has been going out with his wife. Because of this, he was willing to murder his wife's mister.
It is very sad and annoying to realise that your partner(wife or husband) is cheating on you but it is another to be able to have self control. Had it not been for the people around and the police who acted quickly, he would have killed the man.
The police arrested him on attempt to murder. But the victim fled leaving his car behind.
Watch the video by clicking HERE
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