- A beautiful Ghanaian lady got her hair trapped inside the moving tyres of a motorbike
- Luckily for her, the trapped hair was spotted early when the motorbike had not taken off with speed, otherwise, it would have been a dangerous scene
- Interestingly, this report comes just after John Mahama promised to legalize motorbikes when re-elected into office
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A young lady in Ghana's hair got stuck in the tyres of a motorbike that was just about to take off as a video that is fast-going viral has shown.
In the footage that was sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram handle of iamphylxgh, the incident would have ended up being uncontrollably serious if it was not spotted early.
The long braids that extended from the hair of the lady and were almost touching the floor, got stuck in a manner that she could not set her head straight.
It took a good number of bystanders to direct the motorbike rider, commonly called okada man, to move back slowly so that the trapped hair could be removed.
This has to be a lesson for all ladies to tie their long hairs before ever joining a motorbike as it could end them in uncomfortable or even dangerous situations.
Interestingly, this report comes after the former president, John Dramani Mahama, promised to legalize the use of motorbikes when he is voted back into power.
Meanwhile, as YEN.com.gh earlier reported, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) flag bearer’s promise to legalize the commercial use of motorbikes (Okada) in the country is welcoming news.
Former President John Dramani Mahama disclosed in an interaction with the chiefs and people of Kpando in the Volta Region last Friday, August 21, that if voted into power, he will make the Okada business legal.
According to the NDC flagbearer, the Okada business employs a lot of youth and must be properly structured to create more employment for the Ghanaian youth.
Okada riders in Accra react to Mahama's promise to legalize their operations in Ghana | #Yencomgh
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