- A trotro mate was excited to have gotten GhC 20.00 note only to take a closer look and find that it was actually a piece of cloth
- Jnr Lecrea Gonewild, who narrated the incident revealed that the mate spotted the 'money' on the floor, hurriedly asked the driver to stop and went for it
- It is not clear why anyone would take their time to carefully print a denomination on a piece of cloth.
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A Ghanaian bus conductor, popularly known as 'trotro-mate' has had the surprise of his life after discovering that a GHC 20 note he found was actually a piece of cloth.
The rib-cracking incident was made public in the Facebook group TroTro Diaries by a gentleman called Jnr Lecrea Gonewild, contrary to what many people might think that the mate was not given the money by a passenger.
It is indicated that the young man spotted the 'note' on the floor when the sprinter got to Korle-Bu and hurriedly asked the driver to stop for a moment.
To his surprise, the mate discovered after picking up the currency that it was actually printed on a piece of cloth. The disappointed mate joined the bus with his ‘cloth money’ in hand.
It is rather interesting and dumfounding how anyone would take their time to carefully print a denomination on a piece of cloth.
However, if perhaps, the motive behind it was to just prank someone, then indeed the person was really successful with the ploy.
In a separate report by YEN.com.gh, Ms Akilah Moore, a security officer and parent at Howard University Middle School of Math & Science in the United States has narrated her powerful grass-to-grace story.
The full inspirational story of the officer who turns out to be a single mother of three was sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Facebook handle of Unsung Heroes.
According to the hardworking mother, she dropped out of high school when she got pregnant with her first child and had to make ends meet for the child since the father had left.
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