A woman whose name is yet to be identified has emerged on the social media doing what is unthinkable which has gotten a lot of people talking. From a video circulating on the social media the woman was seen washing vegetables with soap before selling them to consumers.
The video has gotten a lot of people's attention asking what this woman is doing to the vegetables before sending them to the market for consumers to buy. Either way her uncouth behavior has widely been condemned after the footage crawled on the social media. Could it be that the woman did it out of ignorant or she really knows she was doing? That is a big question we should all ask ourselves.
Most people reacting to the viral video has call on the Ghana Police to arrest the woman. We have to be careful of the items we normally buy from the market because the way they treat the items before sending them to the market is uncouth for.
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