Video pops up of "guide" charging people who take photos from the Adomi Bridge

Video pops up of "guide" charging people who take photos from the Adomi Bridge

The Adomi Bridge, Ghana's most famous eastern corridor engineering landmark, is now perhaps a tourist attraction at which people may charged for taking taking photos per a video sighted by

A video sighted by on shows a man, supposedly a guide at the famous Adomi Bridge, hassling with some other people over what appears to be a quarrel on whether these other people should pay for taking photos at the bridge.

The report, initially carried by, sees the supposed guide whose identity is yet to be identified, in a heated argument with folks who may be referred to as tourists.

The video showed the tourists voicing their sentiments on why the guide charges an amount of money and doubts on whether the authorities have given him the right to that effect

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The man who looked frustrated is seen trying to hide his face from the camera recording him while he engages onlookers about his supposed activities.

The story reportedly came up when a comedian, Guru, disclosed that he was asked to pay GHC 4 before taking a picture at the Adomi Bridge, one of the iconic landmarks in Ghana and this is something that has really made him upset.

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Guru was clearly frustrated by the turn of event and after showing the receipt on his social media platform, proceeded to subtly blast the president, Nana Akufo Addo for such development.

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