The immovable sword, which originated in Africa, is well-known to many people. The immovable sword is a formidable sword found in Ghana's Ashanti Region, a major African nation. The sword's name is Okomfo Anokye, but because of its abilities, it was dubbed The Immovable Sword.
Because it was formerly possessed by Okomfo Anokye, a powerful Traditional Priest in the Ashanti Region, the deadly sword is significant to the Ashanti region of Ghana. Okomfo achieved a great deal for the Ashanti people, and he battled for their unity on numerous occasions. He buried the sword in the ground to keep them united, declaring that if the weapon is pulled out, the Ashanti people's unity and strength will be destroyed.
According to reports, the sword has stayed in the same spot for about 400 years, and no one has been able to remove it. They were unable to remove it when the colonial masters attempted to do so.
Muhammad Ali, a famous and powerful boxer, attempted but failed to pull out the blade when he visited Ghana in 1964.
The sword is kept at the Okomfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, which has become a tourist attraction as a result of its presence. Many people come to see the sword on a daily basis just to look at it.
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