- #WaakyeLivesMatter has become another trend on Ghana Twitter following viral photos of the dish packaged in a jar
- The Ghanaian dish is usually packaged in leaves or thin polythene rubbers with the innovation to bottle it being a recent addition
- Waakye is a combination of rice and beans cooked together
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Ghanaians have once again taken Twitter by storm with a viral hashtag called #WaakyeLivesMatter after a photo of the popular Ghanaian dish packaged in jars hit social media.
Normally, waakye, which is a combination of rice and beans cooked together, is packaged in rubber or leaves for customers.
However, with the advent of COVID-19, there have been different innovations to package and transport food which made a food joint decide to package their waakye in bottles.
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YEN.com.gh has gathered some of the most hilarious and interesting reactions to the trend.
Asantehene opined that apart from tree leaves, there is no other suitable package for the Ghanaian dish:
According to Nungua Justin Bieber, packaging his beloved food in bottles is gross disrespect:
Playboi Young also came along to say that waakye lives matter and should never be put in jars:
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AllNewsForYou also added their voice saying whoever is behind the package must be summoned to court
According to Ekow Hatman, the waakye is being suffocated, cannot breathe and needs to be let out
In another interesting report, a brilliant software developer in Ghana who identifies himself on social media by the name @The Dynasto has made an amazing racing game with the city of Accra.
Photos, videos and screenshots of the game have been sighted by YEN.com.gh on different social media platforms as many Ghanaians have been excited to see the innovation.
The developer calls the game RWC Racing and is available for both android and IOS users to download and enjoy.
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