- A group of people have been captured in a video trying to separate two traders on the campus of the University of Ghana, Legon
- It appears to be an attempt by the traders to get a potential customer to buy items from either one of two traders on the campus
- People present however succeed in separating the traders and calm was restored
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YEN.com.gh is in possession of a video in which two sellers are seen engaged in a struggle over some customers.
Information available suggests that the sellers, located at a place on the campus of the University of Ghana, Legon, known as Gonja, were doing everything they can to ensure that some people bought from them.
In the video, which has now gone viral, it is a chaotic scene as two groups of people were pulling a man in a blue shirt and khaki shorts from both sides.
In the course of the struggle, some items are knocked over, but that is of little concern to those gathered there.
A few others are now seen trying to separate the feuding sides in a bid to restore peace.
In other news, Stephan Eyeson, a young Ghanaian businessman, has created an Artificial Intelligence mobile survey platform that is capable of solving data collection challenges in Africa.
YEN.com.gh understands that he dreamt of becoming a professional basketball player but that did not happen.
He then started a business that failed, but that did little to quench his aspirations as he is now the founder of Survey 54.
Information available shows that Africa is composed of about 12.5% of the world’s population.
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