An unidentified man has taken time off his busy schedule to dedicate himself to breaking huge concretes to fill potholes on a major road in Accra.
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Samuel Donkor, a Facebook user who captured the incident noted the man undertook the patriotic act on the Lashibie to Spintex Road in the Greater Accra Region.
The unknown man won the hearts of motorists and some dashed him money for his noble gesture.
Samuel sharing the photo wrote:
''From Lashibie to Spintex, on the main road is various degree of potholes… Authorities don’t even have time to address simple issues but are ready to buy chocolate for school children @ $7 million…..this man took to himself to break this huge concrete just to fill the potholes… After all man for chop….I really appreciated how drivers were dashing him money for good work done…..''
Meanwhile, recent trends show that Ghanaian police officers have been in the media for all the good reasons including their benevolent gestures toward deprived persons, fixing broken traffic lights and entertaining people.
Although this is not their usual expression of kind gesture to a poor, disabled or displaced person, a video has emerged of a police officer dancing his heart out in syncopated moves to 'Freedom', a a hit song of Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale.
The policeman owned the dance floor at an event and captivated many with his dance steps. Revered Ghanaian journalist, Nana Aba Anamoah, shared the video of the energetic police officer jamming to Shatta Wale's popular song on Twitter.
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