- Passengers of a 'trotro' bus fled for their lives after two Chinese men joined their car
- In a video, all the Ghanaian passengers could be seen getting down as soon as the two men got on board
- According to the narrator, people were getting down because they feared contracting Coronavirus from the Chinese
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There was drama at a public transport terminal as two Chinese men joined a public transport vehicle (trotro).
Passengers of the trotro literally refused to board the same car as the Chinese men obviously in fear of contracting the Coronavirus disease.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, many of the passengers who had boarded the green and yellow-painted Sprinter bus could be seen getting out of the car while the two Chinese men still sat in.
It is not known what might have triggered the decision of the passengers to get out of the trotro but the showed almost every one of the Ghanaian passengers out on their feet.
According to a narrator in the video who was speaking in Twi, the passengers were all afraid of the Chinese men because of Coronavirus.
As it is widely known, the world is battling the Coronvirus disease, otherwise known as COVID-19, which originated from China.
Already, Ghana recorded 24 cases of COVID-19 with one person passing away and leaving many Ghanaians apprehensive.
For this, many people are now afraid of people coming from abroad, especially those from Asia, and that is what just manifested at the lorry station.
The Chinese men are not the first foreigners to suffer an embarrassment over the Coronavirus scare in the last few days.
As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, a white lady was sacked from a supermarket after she refused to clean her hands before entering.
The lady refused to use hand sanitiser provided by the supermarket clean her hands despite an express advise on the need for personal hygiene.
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