- A passenger and a bus conductor have been captured in a video exchanging hot words after fares shot up
- Both men, wearing short sleeves, are facing each other and arguing as the trotro moves along a road
- After a series of words, the man gives the passenger some money as his change.
A passenger on a commercial bus, popularly known as trotro, has been captured in a video exchanging words with the conductor, popularly known as the mate.
The bone of contention is the balance to be given the passenger after he boarded the vehicle.
Both men are seen wearing short-sleeved shirts and are facing each other as the bus moved through town.
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At the point, the mate appears to tell the man that he has no idea who his father is, to which the man poses a question.
He seeks to find out if the mate’s father is either President Akufo-Addo or Otumfuo Osei Tutu II.
He goes on to say that the mate would not be engaged in his current profession if his father was a prominent person in society.
The man then demands his change from the mate which is promptly given to him.
In other news, YEN.com.gh is in possession of a statement attributed to Ghana’s first president, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, which was given on the night before independence.
Portions of the message revealed his resolve to create a unique continent that would be proud of its achievements.
He added that there was a need for the country to rededicate itself to the struggle to free other African countries from colonialism.
He went on to say Ghana’s independence would lose its meaning unless it is linked with the total freedom of Africa.
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