- A man has been captured in a photo allegedly easing himself on the lawns in front of the Jubilee House in Accra
- The photo shows the man squatting next a huge slab on the lawns with his pants down
- Twitter user, @Amegaxi, shared the photo with a caption alleging the man was easing himself
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In a rather bizarre twist, a man has been captured in a photo with his pants down allegedly easing himself on the beautiful lawns in front of the Jubilee House, the seat of Ghana’s government.
It is not clear whether or not the man is mentally stable or he’s on a one man protest against the recent hikes in prices of goods and services which has affected the fee per user for attending nature’s call.
A recent public service notice which went viral on social media had indicated that the fee per user for attending to nature’s call at a public toilet had also been affected, increasing from GHC0.50 to GHC1.00.
Twitter user, @Amegaxi, shared the photo on his handle with a caption which said: ''I just saw someone taking a sh!t around Flagstaff House.''
It is also not clear yet whether or not security camera’s around the Jubilee House captured the man early enough for the needed action to be taken.
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Meanwhile, a 94-year-old native of Ntungamo District in Uganda, Nulu Ssemakula, has recently added to his already bloated huge household by adding four more wives. Ssemakula has two major passions which are his family and religion.
He was the first Muslim from Ruyonza to make the pilgrimage to Mecca popularly known as Hajj in 1977.
The 94-year-old dad has over 19 wives with whom he has had more than 100 children and is still counting.
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