In recent times, Ghanaians were entertained by a mad man who spit funny words and it became a while thing in Ghana here.
He goes by the popular name given to him by Ghanaians as "Mo na mobl3" which literally means, you people are suffering. Pictures of him and videos as well went viral like an aeroplane traveling from one place to another.
The mad man luckily for him met Ghanaian broadcast journalist, Kofi Adoma Nwanwani and his team, he was shaved from his dirty dreadlocks which made him looks different.
In the pictures below, you may think he is not the one, but truly he is. The transformation is unbelievable. His before and after photos have gone viral on the internet with hilarious captions and comments.
Thanks to Kofi Adoma Nwanwani and his team for coming to the aid of Mona Mobl3 and getting rid of that dirty dreadlocks which probably contributed to his madness.
Check the amazing photo below…
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