- A video of a street seller coating Tigernuts with detergent has caused an uproar on social media
- In the video, he pours the detergent into a bowl full of Tiger nuts before packaging them
- The woman recording the video reveals that the seller is located at a place known as Race Course
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YEN.com.gh has learned that a man who sells Tiger nuts on the street has been captured in a video coating it with liquid soap.
The video, which has since gone viral, shows him pouring the liquid soap into a bowl full of Tiger nuts.
He then moves his hand around in the bowl in a bid to ensure that the Tigernuts are totally covered with the liquid soap.
The unidentified woman, who is recording the video, reveals that the seller is located at a place known as Race Course.
She adds that a place called Island Club is in the same area.
Social media users reacted in various ways when the video surfaced online:
@ayoolaamao explained that he did not intend to poison anyone.
@Sylvia_Ikeji added that the video should help to enlighten and correct bad habits.
@Twirra expressed surprise that she has been consuming detergent for so long.
@Sadeamakah also added that it is a way to remove dust and germs.
In other news, a photo of a damaged statue of Ghana’s first president, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, has caused a stir online.
Dr. Nkrumah, who was Ghana’s first prime minister and president, led the Gold Coast to independence in the year 1957.
He was however removed from office following a military coup in February 1966.
The statue is seen on the ground outside the Parliament House of Ghana.
It was reportedly pulled down and smashed after the coup.
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