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Ghanaian shows up at Arise Ghana protest with strange doll; People think it’s a voodoo doll

  • A Ghanaian was spotted at the Arise Ghana protest with a strange-looking doll. Some suspect it is a voodoo doll
  • The man stood at the scene of the protest in a red T-shirt with a doll in his hand. The doll had red fabric and a chain made of leaves around her neck
  • The video went viral and people on the internet speculated it was a voodoo doll, while others thought it was just an ordinary sculpture.

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The Arise Ghana protest was riddled with drama as photos and videos of the events went viral on social media.

A man who was at the scene of the demonstration was seen with a carved wooden doll in his hands. The doll had a red cloth around her neck with a chain made of leaves.

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Voodoo as an object
Photo: Man holding a voodoo object Source: PulseGh, gettyimages
Source: UGC

The young man wore a red T-shirt and also had a chain of leaves around his neck. He stood there with a frown on his face and his sculpted doll in his arms.

The video had netizens wondering if it was a voodoo doll or just an ordinary sculpture. The majority felt it was a voodoo doll. YEN.com.gh compiled some interesting reactions to the video.

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Emjay DeCeena felt it was a voodoo doll as he said:

If there’s power in this juju thing, why didn’t he stay and sing at home? Oh!! Rather, he carried his God to lands and not the other way around

Donewell McWonder felt it was not a voodoo doll as he wrote:

What makes this art a voodoo doll..???

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Omor Brown also felt it was a regular sculpture

Nothing inside, just normal wooden artwork

Sylvanus K Azah also said:

He should have said the useless thing he’s carrying around to solve the problem he’s there for.

Arise Ghana protest: Bernard Mornah claims police infiltrated protesters wearing branded t-shirts

Separately, Bernard Mornah, one of the leaders of Tuesday’s protests, said the police did not conduct themselves professionally.

Mr Mornah said that despite assurances from the IGP that his men would be professional, it appeared some senior officers had instructions from another authority.

The leading member of Arise Ghana, organizer of the protest, said President Nana Akufo-Addo had infiltrated the police force with violence.

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Source: YEN.com.gh