The Holy Bible said that trained up the child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it" - Proverb 22:6. The truth of the matter is some children become so stubborn that they always avoid the good path shown by their parents and rather follow the advice of their peers. Every parent wants a good future for their children so that some of the glory attained by children will be the pride of the family.
Looking at the image below, some parents are seriously giving a warning to the general public to employ their son by the name of Kweku Alfred as a tricycle (Pragya) rider. According to the parents, he is in his final year at the Senior Secondary School and they want him to complete by writing the final examination, the West Africa Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
This poster will only come out when the child has ignored countless pieces of advice from the family and went for Pragya to ride instead of being in school. The parents even gave a warning in the poster that anyone who gives his/her Pragya to their son does it at their risk because anytime they see their son riding Pragya, they will either destroy or seize the Pragya. The father, Bernard Essuman added his telephone for anyone to call in case they come across Kweku Alfred riding Pragya.
These made some Ghanaians react that his poster sounds a bit hilarious but serious. They argued that they do not agree with the part of the poster that he will destroy or seize someone Pragya for his son stubbornness. Police can arrest him for that.
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