- A video showing a state-owned bus gushing out smoke and causing pollution in broad daylight has caught attention online
- The Metro Mass transit was spotted around the Golden Tulip area in Accra carrying passengers
- Ghanaians have been wondering how this is possible in modern-day Ghana
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Ghanaians have been reacting wildly to a video that is beginning to trend showing a Metro Mass transit gushing out smoke like an oil refinery's chimney.
The video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Facebook handle of Daily Graphic shows the bus was moving on a busy stretch of road in Accra.
It is reported that the exact location was around the Golden Tulip area in the capital carrying passengers.
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This comes as a surprise to many because one of the last things to expect is a state-owned vehicle like Metro Mass to be seriously polluting the environment in broad daylight.
Many Ghanaians could not hide their sentiments after watching the video.
Sam Ameyibor made a brilliant suggestion that can prevent such occurrences in the future:
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Preminand Agbotse observed that no maintenance had been done on the vehicle in a while:
George William Ofori-Manu wondered how such an occurrence was possible when there was a minister for ransport in the country:
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In other news, the driver of a VIP bus with the registration number GR 9922-15 that was reportedly moving from Kumasi to Accra was captured using his mobile phone while driving.
The video was made public by a gentleman identified on Facebook as Jah Man who appears to have been in the bus when the disturbing action was ongoing.
In the footage, the unnamed driver is using a relatively busy road and driving with great speed, which made his decision to use his phone quite ridiculous.
He was seen navigating different applications on his phone including WhatsApp, after which he finally started making a phone call.
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