The home-made machine weighs about 65 kg (over 140 pounds) and looks really terrifying, even being equipped with weapons. It's hard to say how it could be used, but the guy's final dance in the costume looks pretty awesome — so the exoskeleton might best be used to raise the morale of surrounding troops, as well as distracting the enemy.
The Future is Here: WATCH Insane African Exoskeleton Made in Ghana
18:57 GMT 23.01.2019 (Updated: 18:59 GMT 23.01.2019)
A group of developers from West Africa have created a unique version of futuristic armour. This is probably the weirdest and funniest battle exoskeleton ever produced.