- A video of a young man seen in traffic with cars has popped up online and is going viral
- In the video, the young man who was pushing a wheelbarrow, was see following traffic regulations
- The video also showed a number of cars in a 'go-slow' because the wheelbarrow was on the road
A new video which is currently going viral has shown a young man pushing a wheelbarrow on a major road and even joining and obeying traffic regulations.
The video sighted by YEN.com.gh showed the young man very busy while in the traffic and was seen not doing any overtaking.
One would wonder why the young man would choose to push his wheelbarrow on the major road and even stay in traffic when he can push it freely on the ears of the road.
The man had what looked like a shovel or pick-axe in his wheelbarrow as he religiously followed the traffic regulations on the road as if he was driving a car.
Another surprising bit of the video is that even though the man with the wheelbarrow was sort of causing vehicular traffic, the cars that were behind him did not complain but waited patiently for him to move before they did.
One would also wonder if the man with the wheelbarrow was not in a hurry to be wasting all the time in 'unnecessary' traffic when he can move about freely.
The video appeared to have been taken by someone who knew the man with the wheelbarrow.
Meanwhile, a wedding between a Ghanaian male fire service personnel and his pretty bride has caught the attention of many netizens following a prank that was played on the couple.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the bride and groom were seen coming out of what looked like a church service and were accompanied by some firefighters.
As they stepped out, a fire tender with water in it was set up and they had to go through it - it appeared like it was a tradition for all firefighters who were getting married.
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