Confusion as man uses new GH¢200 note to make GH¢1 payment at public restroom (Video)

Confusion as man uses new GH¢200 note to make GH¢1 payment at public restroom (Video)

- A man has been captured on camera visiting a public restroom to make a payment of GH¢1 with the new GH¢200 note.

- In the video, the toilet attendant was confused as she did not know what to do with the '2 million' cedis note

- The video appears to have been taken in an averagely developed locality in Ghana

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A video of a man attempting to make a payment with the new cedi denominations has sparked controversy online.

The video was sighted on Instagram by YEN.com.gh as many people expressed different reactions regarding the video.

It would be recalled that Ghana recently introduced 100 cedis and 200 cedis notes as well as 2 cedis coins into the system.

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In the trending video, the man who was recording the incident behind the camera seemed to be in a hurry to visit the washroom.

He kept pestering the toilet attendant who was captured in the camera to produce a change for him to proceed into the restroom.

The video appears to have been taken in an averagely developed community, judging from the look of the surroundings.

The woman who was supposed to change the money did not know what to do or where to turn to. She was confused as the man appeared to be in a hurry to visit the washroom.

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As he kept pestering her, she spoke in a teary tone that she could not find a change for the '2 million' note.

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The 200 cedi story is only one of the interesting videos YEN.com.gh has reported. Just recently, a female preacher has been captured in a trending video singing Kofi Kinaata's Things Fall Apart in a latest video.

Reports indicate that the incident happened in a busy market area in Takoradi. The name of the preacher and the Christian ministry she serves in remain unknown but the trending video has made her popular nonetheless.

It is an interesting twist because Kofi Kinaata is a secular artist known for songs that may not be accepted in the 'house of God'.

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