A post on Facebook has been making confusion and reactions all over social media platforms lately. The incident that happened in the video is very hilarious and unexpected to be done. In the video, a taxi which is believed to be having problem was carried by a tricycle which is popularly known as "aboboyaa" by Ghanaians. Is that not hilarious?
The owner of the taxi who should have taken a proper vehicle so that it will take his broken car refused to and rather hired this tricycle (aboboyaa) to carry it to a fitting shop. This incident reportedly took place in Manso in the Ashanti Region.
After the one who took the video posted it on Facebook, many people have reacted to the video. Many have commented that this video is very confusing and hilarious. Many too have blasted the owner of the taxi and the rider of the tricycle for such a careless act. Many too have noted that this can cause road accident so the police should not let it happen again.
A Facebook user who commented on the same post noted that the country should be sold and his share should be given to him.
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