- In a video making rounds on social media, a convoy alleged to be that of Malawian President Peter Mutharika was captured
- The video shows a fleet of vehicles following the president on his way to the country's capital, Lolongwe
- Social media user, Masiwa Maison Snr Table, shared the video on Facebook
- Many, including Ghanaians have reacted since the video went viral
A video has emerged online alleged to be Malawian President Peter Mutharika, travelling to Lilongwe, the capital city of the country with a fleet of cars following him.
The video shows a long number of cars alleged to be the convoy of Malawian President Peter Mutharika, on their way to Lilongwe, Malawi.
Social media user, Masiwa Maison Snr Table, shared the video on his personal Facebook platform.
The video has since gone viral and ignited conversations about resource management by African leaders.
Masiwa Maison posted the video along with a caption indicating that the Malawian president was entering his own capital city, Lilongwe, with a long number of cars.
The video has also gained quite some traction in Ghana after a Ghanaian social media influencer shared the video on Facebook.
Many have reacted since the video was shared, both by Masiwa Maison and Francis Kennedy Ocloo.
YEN.com.gh highlights some reactions across various platforms.
''The richest continent yet inhabited by a race with the poorest mentality. You can say whatever you want about the Caucasians and Arabs, keep telling stories of how they colonized and exploited you but the real truth is that the black man has always been his own worst enemy,''Jesse Njoroge reacted to the video.
He quizzed: ''Which race even sells off their own as slaves??''
Enid Kamwika wrote: ''Really Africans we can never wake up . All that convoy for one individual in the country which one person cant afford paracetamol for her / his child , the problem with African leaders some of them they become enemies to their own countries instead of being their friends.shame on us.''
Kabaka Kavaka, a Kenya shared the Kenyan experience and said: ''Same way here in Kenya. Even deputy president, governors and mps waste resources in same way.''
Here in Ghana, some people had their own perspective.
''African leaders are just a bunch of power freak lunatics,'' Kenny Senaya said in reaction.
Kofi Antwi Yeboah quizzed: ''Is everything okay with African Leaders? Anaa they reflect their electorate?''
And Sampson K. Adotey summed it up when he said: ''The craziest I have ever seen.''
Meanwhile, Ghanaian model, actor and comedy impersonator, Nana Made-In-China, recently gained traction online following his recreation of 'red carpet goddess', Nana Akua’s mind-blowing outfit for the 5th Glitz Awards.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the Ghanaian celebrity impersonator won the internet after a photo of his recreated outfit of Nana Akua emerged online after it was posted in a popular Facebook group.
The photo generated buzz on social media which had many shower accolades on Nana Made-In-China for his creativity and sense of humour.
Nana- Made-In China, has also impersonated the looks of Ghanaian actress Jackie Appiah.
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