- A young Ghanaian man has gone preaching on 21 trotro buses in celebration of his birthday
- The man known as jashuawonder on Twitter shared photos of his evangelism on the site
- The photos have stirred mixed reactions from social media users
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A young Ghanaian man known as jashuawonder on Twitter has stirred talk on the social media network.
This follows what could be described as an unusual birthday celebration he just had.
Jashua turned 21 years old recently; instead of the usual fanfare and parties, the young man dedicated his birthday to winning souls for Christ.
He went on a preaching spree and preached the word of God on 21 commercial buses, popularly known as trotro.
Jashua shared photos from his 21-bus evangelism. The two photos as sighted on Twitter by YEN.com.gh show the birthday celebrant dressed in two different outfits and talking to passengers on two different vehicles.
The background of the photos suggests Jashua did his preaching at the Achimota Bus Terminal (New Station in Accra).
Sharing the photos, Jashua thanked God for using him to save souls:
So I devoted my birthday to God and preached in 21 buses for my 21st birthday. Thanking God for saving my soul by winning more for him❤
Jashua's post has stirred mixed reactions on the social media network. While some have commended him, others criticised him.
For many of the critics, Jashua did not have to post photos on social media or even preach on a bus to 'disturb' people.
Isha prayed for blessings for him:
Nazzy had a word for Christians criticising Jashua:
Trandy urged him to keep moving on:
But Ngoh thought the guy was wasting his youth if he did not have plans to become a pastor:
VPG wondered why he went with a photographer:
Ralphy also thought Jashua should not have the photos:
In other news, a Ghanaian athlete who was at the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic Games has said that Chadwick Boseman was his inspiration.
According to the sportsman, named Akwasi Frimpong, he dressed in the Black Panther suit to depict the character in real life.
Akwasi participated in the Men' Skeleton training at the Olympic Sliding Centre on February 7, 2018, in Pyeongchang-gun, South Korea.
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