- A video has emerged online of a little boy having fun in the rain
- The minor was captured while sliding on his belly on a wet pavement as it rained heavily
- The video has stirred childhood memories from many social users
A video of a little boy playing ecstatically in the rain has brought back fond memories from many after the video was shared on social media.
The video shows the boy gleefully sliding his belly on the wet cemented pavement while he enjoyed the rains unperturbed about his environment.
An unidentified individual captured the toddler playing in the rain and posted it on Facebook.
His joy and innocence has earned the attention of many on social media and has also stirred nostalgic memories from many.
Many have shared their individual childhood experiences after the video surfaced online.
''What a happy soul. We Africans are really happy people,'' Asmerom Hail, said in reaction to the video.
Wole Adeyemo wrote: ''Nice one,thank you for posting this.''
''I Remember this beautiful moments, you don't see poverty, you are just happy being with mom and dad, was definitely a amazing moments,'' Amis Strong Balde, also said in reaction.
Martins Enogie, shared his personal experience when he said: ''I was a champion in this kind of self belle sliding during rainfall what a beautiful reminder nice one to who did this clip.''
Others also shared nostalgic memories.
Meanwhile, of what has become popular as Ghana’s most 'powerful' deity, the Nogokpo shrine, evokes fear and leaves many skins crawling with shivers at the mere mention of the name.
Despite being shrouded in mystery, Nogokpo, is a small village in the Volta region, Ghana, and connotes ''stay in peace''.
However, peace does not mean freedom; one cannot access the entire township freely because there are areas that individuals are not permitted to access wearing either shoes or sandals.
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