A goat has caused laughter online due to what it considered as food in a new video
The animal was seen chewing a campaign poster of President Akufo-Addo
This year's general election is just a few months away
A new video sighted by YEN.com.gh which saw a goat chewing the campaign poster of current president and leader of the NPP, Nana Akufo-Addo, has erupted laughter online.
The video which was taken by some passersby saw the goat busily ripping off and chewing the poster of the president and went on to sniff it.
It would appear the hungry goat saw the flying paper as something it could chew to satisfy itself but upon sniffing, it realized that it was just some paper and not grass.
Even though goats are noted to chew anything they see, this particular ruminant was not enthused by the campaign poster of the sitting president.
It is not yet clear the exact locality in which the 'stubborn' goat decided to disrespect the first gentleman of the land in such a manner.
However, the person who recorded the video who also appeared to be in the company of a friend, could not stop laughing and said the president was going to lose the 2020 general election.
Some social media users who saw the video could not hold their laughter and bewilderment and took to the comment section to air their views.
omaameo wrote: "Wonders they say, shall never end."
daddy_bossco also commented: "The goat know say nana no go win"
concern.ghana came in with the caption: "This Goat be NDC sent"
Meanwhile, the founder and leader of the Ghana Freedom Party (GFP), Akua Donkor, has been spotted on a political campaign flier in her bid to contest for the presidency in December 2020.
The flier which was spotted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram showed the popular female politician beaming with her signature smile as she looked into the camera.
The flier clearly stated the politician's intent as it was written on it boldly: "Akua Donkor for President 2020"
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