Amazing photos drop as all tyres remove under moving trotro at Ashaiman

Amazing photos drop as all tyres remove under moving trotro at Ashaiman

- Sam Baidoo, a young man who boarded a trotro from which all the tyres removed whilst it was in motion, has narrated the entire incident

- According to the young man, the sprinter was moving from Ashalabotwe School Junction to Ashaiman

- Sam Baidoo could not help but thank God immensely for saving them from what could have been a very bad incident

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Powerful photos have surfaced on social media showing how all the tyres under a moving local sprinter, popularly known as trotro, got removed in the same instance.

The photos were shared by a gentleman identified as Sam Baidoo in the popular Facebook group named TroTro Diaries, where commuters share interesting daily experiences.

According to Sam, he was on board the vehicle when, all of a sudden, the tyres that kept the vehicle in motion made the unanimous decision that they had done enough.

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See photo below:

Amazing photos drop as all tyres remove under moving trotro at Ashaiman

Source: UGC
Source: UGC

It is indicated that the sprinter was journeying from Ashalabotwe School Junction to Ashaiman when the unexpected, wonderful, serious but hilarious incident occurred.

Sam Baidoo could not help but thank God immensely for saving them from what could have been a very bad incident if it had happened on the wrong stretch of road.

As hilarious as this may be, it is a wake-up call for drivers to always check their vehicles and ensure they are in perfect condition before hitting the streets with them.

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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh also gave another interesting report that the world is not in ordinary times in the wake of coronavirus and this has pushed many Ghanaian trotro drivers and mates to take precautions to protect themselves.

Ghana’s President Nana Akufo-Addo reiterated this clearly during his address to the nation on Sunday, March 15, 2020, when he outlined enhanced measures against the further spread of the deadly disease.

As part of the measures, the president placed an immediate ban on all public gatherings including conferences, funerals, political rallies, religious gatherings and related activities as part of measures against the spread of the pandemic in the country.

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