Some Ghanaians have reacted after images of a self made and improvised tricycle went viral on various social media platforms.
The tricycle, which is in a cage-like form is believed have been spotted on the street of Bolgatanga, the Regional Capital for the Upper East Region.
Since the image of the tricycle hit various social media platforms, some Ghanaians have been reacting in various ways by asking questions about the tricycle.
Whiles others raised questions about the safety of the occupants, some have questioned the way it is being designed.
The tricycle was spotted carrying some Market Women and goods in the Bolgatanga District.
The tricycle is the means of transport for majority of people in the Upper East Region, especially on Market days where it is difficult for cars to pass through the roads due to its bad nature.
There is no spacing between occupants in the tricycle and in the unfortunate event it is involved in an accident, it will be difficult to the occupants to exit.
It is believed that, some people have added their own way of altering with the tricycle as it is locally made.
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