This pictures you're about to see shows how difficult it is for Ghanaians street hawkers when they sell in traffic.
So Ghanaian born American Comedian Michael Blankson is currently in Ghana for holidays and he's having the best of time.
The comedian who lodges at the residence of Ghanaian musician Fuse ODG decided to do what we he claims misses about his motherland and therefore took a challenge upon himself to sell groundnuts in the busy streets of Accra. Being his first time doing this, the comedian struggled to sell the groundnut after giving the groundnut seller a hundred cedi note as compensation.
He only made one Ghana cedis after running around and in-between cars to try convince people to buy from him.
Some road commuters were able to spot him whiles others failed to recognize him.
For those who don't recognize him, Michael Blackson is an American based Ghanaian who is a comedian who left the shores of Ghana in search for greener pastures aboad in the year 1998. He's lived there since he become a renowned comedian in the USA.
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