- A kayayei has been sighed in a rather disturbing video carrying an entire container
- The video was shared on Twitter and stirred massive reactions among social media users
- The woman indicated she was alright carrying the load but her tone of voice gave her away
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An unidentified kayayei (head porter) has been spotted carrying a heavy metal kiosk popularly called container on her head unassisted and this raised eyebrows.
The video was sighted by YEN.com.gh on twitter as many social media users reacted wildly to the news. In the footage, the woman was visibly weighed down by the mass of the container and was quickening her steps to get to her destination easily.
It was not known how far she was going to walk but the sight stunned the bypassers, some of whom took the opportunity to record the 'breaking news'.
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A gentleman who was also taking a shot at the woman was heard in the video asking whether she was okay to which she replied yes.
Her tone of voice alone as she was heard saying 'I am okay' indicates that she actually was not. Some social media users expressed their views on the incident.
Sia Baa chose to look at the incident positively saying:
Thank God they can't get hernia
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Robert Kwami Yevoo simply could not come to terms with the fact. He asked,
But for how long can she do this job?
Sweet Kenkey sounded raged by the video and said:
This is not acceptable
In other news, Lincoln Theodore Monroe Andrew Perry was a famous Black millionaire actor who appeared in scores of films in the 1920s and 1930s but suddenly vanished from the scenes and never came up again.
A news report indicates that the gentleman who was born in Key West, Fla., in 1892, had many great achievements for his exploits at the peak of his career.
Perry received a Stepin Fetchit star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1960, got a Special Image Award from the Hollywood chapter of the NAACP in 1976, and was inducted into the Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame in 1978.
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