- Michael Yaw Essuman Mensah, has forced a young man to collect rubbish he dumped on the street and in a gutter
- The Kasoa Municipal Chief Executive (MCE), sighted the man dumping rubbish on the street and in a gutter while on his way to work
- Social media user, Frank Avim Damptey, shared photos of the incident along with a caption in a Facebook group
In a bid to help keep Ghana clean, the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Awutu Senya East, Michael Yaw Essuman Mensah, compelled a young man to collect rubbish he dumped on the street and in a gutter.
Social media user identified as Frank Avim Damptey shared photos of the young man collecting rubbish from the gutter with a shovel while Hon. Mchael Esuman Mensah stood next to him to ensure that he did the right thing.
According to Frank, the honourable MCE was on his way to work when he sighted the young man dumping rubbish from a moving taxi on the street and into a nearby gutter.
Hon. Michael Esuman Mensah spotted the passenger in a taxi and instructed him not just to collect the rubbish but also to clean the street while he stood by to ensure that the young man engaged in the cleaning exercise.
Frank Avim Damptey, posted photos of the incident along with a caption.
''The Kasoa MCE, Hon. Michael Essuman Mensah on his way to work this morning, spotted a passenger in a taxi throwing rubbish on the street and the gutter. He stopped and instructed the passenger to sweep the street and remove the rubbish from the gutter,'' his post on Facebook said.
Meanwhile, in a video that is making rounds on social media, a bride was compelled to undertake tactical moves to save her marriage on the spot when a lady took to the dance floor to twerk on her husband.
During the couple’s dance, the man was captured in gentle dance moves when the lady moved from her sitting place to dance with the newly-married man.
The unidentified lady who appeared harmless, first started with what one could say were decent dance steps, genuinely having fun while entertaining the guests.
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