Lately ‘vawulence’ is everywhere as day in day out footage of such circumstance hit us from all angles of the county, Ghana. Many are of the view that, to survive on the streets of Accra and other hot areas, one much be ‘vawulent’ to fight for one’s life.
In a short video fast tending on social media via Facebook, an Okada rider and a person beloved to be a driver are seen exchanging blows over Reason unknown yet.
The supposed driver could be seen giving the first hit as he slapped the Okada rider’s helmet with his two hands at once leading to the exchange of blows between them. The Okada rider retaliated as he removed the helmet as he used it on the supposed driver.
Another person rushed in to separate the fight. Like I said earlier, it’s not clear what led to the fight between the two but it obvious one of the two persons drove or ride carelessly on the road which could led to an accident.
Social Media users upon sighting the video on Facebook took to the comment section of the video to react to it massively.
See some reactions from Ghanaians below
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