- An unnamed young man in Ghana has been spotted selling oyster kebab, popularly known as 'adode' in a locality
- According to Ashko Diora, who took photos of the young man, his consent was sought before the photos were shared online
- The most interesting part of the entire story is not that a man is hawking food, as that has become normal now, but that he was dressed officially
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A young Ghanaian gentleman who appears to be in his 20s was spotted selling oyster kebab popularly known in Ghana as Adode.
The photos were sighted by YEN.com.gh in the popular Ghanaian group TroTro Diaries as they were shared by a member named Ashko Diora.
Diora indicated that he asked permission from the hardworking young ambitious hawker to take the shots of him and share on social media.
The most interesting part of the entire story is not that a man is hawking food, as that has become normal now, but that he was dressed officially.
The unnamed gentleman was seen in white long sleeves that were well tucked into his neatly pressed pair of trousers.
He then wore an executive shoe and a tie over his shirt before going about his usual business of moving from place to place finding customers for his oyster kebabs.
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