Social media users have ‘attacked’ a man known as Godwin after a video in which a shop rejected his GHc200 went viral.
Information available shows that he went to a Game retail centre at Achimota in Accra to purchase items.
However, the cashier refused to accept the GHc200 presented as payment by the man leading to the recording of a video.
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A cross-section of Ghanaians took to social media to react to the incident:
Emmanuel wondered why Godwin would send the note to the shop.
Hooper added that the larger notes are for business purposes only.
Yirenkyiwaa advised Godwin to use the GHc200 as transport fare.
Anointing agreed that the GHc200 is for large scale transactions.
Gafar also noted that it is foolish to use such notes for such transactions.
In other news, the Larabanga stone has gained popularity in Ghana as one of the mysterious objects with which various beliefs are associated.
Stories about the stone were first recorded in the 1950’s when British authorities tried to remove it from the path of a road about to be built, only for it to return to the exact spot the next day.
The road contractors were only informed about the mystical powers of the stone after their third attempt on the third day.
They, therefore, had no choice but to change the direction of the road.
Till today, the stone remains at the exact position, which is at Larabanga, a town located 6km southwest of the Mole National Park and close to the Larabanga Mosque, Ghana’s oldest mosque.
It is also 21km away from Damongo, which is the capital of the West Gonja District of the region.
The elders of the town, per a report by face2faceafrica.com, also refer to the stone as the Mystic Stone or the Wish Stone.
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