- A matatu conductor was recorded by one of his passengers as he got out of the matatu and started dancing during a traffic jam
- The Makanga was unaware that there was a police vehicle just behind him as he went on to show off crazy moves
- By the time he noticed the police car- it was too late as they were next to him, leading to a hugely embarrassing moment
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Matatu conductors, commonly referred to as Makangas, have been known to display crazy skills while hanging on metal bars of busses.
From dancing weirdly to displaying acrobatic skills, conductors do all these knowing they are safe from the eyes of the law and ensuring they impress the passengers.
A video of a similar incident was shared on Twitter by Herine Lando and became an instant sensation for its hilarious ending.
A conductor was recorded by one of his passengers as he got out of the matatu and started dancing to the famous Utawezana song on one of Nairobi's highways.
There was a slight traffic jam allowing him enough time to show off his moves which were incredibly hilarious.
What the Makanga did not know is that a police van was approaching from behind and he was literally committing a crime right in front of the cops.
As he kept on dancing while mimicking a lady twerking, the police car advanced towards him and by the time he noticed, it was too late.
The police were right by his side as he stood up straight acting like nothing had happened realising how screwed he was.
The video, unfortunately, ended at this point and our such for an extended version has been unproductive.
Netizens found the video hysterical, asking to know what happened after the police got to him.
Others related it to various embarrassing positions someone finds themselves in, like when one is found messing around in class by their teacher.
Here are some of the reactions from social media fans:
Meanwhile, a total of 40 deaths have been recorded in relation to the outbreak of cerebrospinal meningitis (CSM) in the Upper West Region of Ghana, out of the 409 cases reported in total.
This was confirmed in a statement released by the Disease Surveillance Department of the Ghana Health Service on its official Twitter handle.
It is indicated that 258 out of the 409 cases of the meningitis were recorded in the Upper West Region alone, which makes it the epicentre of the disease outbreak.
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