- A young man has gone viral after he chose to celebrate his birthday in a tricycle
- The man who was seen cruising in town in the vehicle popularly known as 'aboboyaa'
- He was surrounded by his friend who was wising him the very best on his special day
A young man has celebrated his birthday in grand style and in the most unusual of places - in the back of an aboboyaa which he had turned into a miniature swimming pool.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the young man was seen chilling behind the tricycle as he was being chauffeured around town on his special day.
He had turned the carrier of the 'aboboyaa' into a swimming pool by lining it with polythene and filling it with water.
To make his day even more special, the young man added some music and also bought himself a bottle of champagne to celebrate.
The young man, together with his chauffeur, stepped into town to show off their cool swimming pool and it caught the attention of many people.
Some friends of the birthday celebrant could be heard shouting "birthday boy" and this even drew the attention of many people to the scene.
The birthday boy also showed off his swimming skills as he stood on the edge of the aboboyaa's bucket and took a dive into his makeshift pool which attracted cheers and applause.
After showing off his swimming pool, the young man left the scene after he had caused massive vehicular and human traffic.
In a similar piece of news, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a photo that is currently going viral online has shown a young man holding a sign up asking to be given money or cast the December 7, 2020, vote for NDC's John Mahama.
In the photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, the young man appeared to be standing around the popular Osu roundabout with the placard in his hand.
The neatly-dressed young man was also seen observing the COVID-19 protocols as he was in a nose mask.
He was seen wearing a white T-Shirt over a pair of trainers and some sneakers as he held his placard up with all seriousness.
Mother of three evicted by NDC landlord because of Free SHS gets help (video) The placard read: "Give me money or I will vote for John Mahama. I swear!"
It appears the young man picked the strategic spot to display his sign because that roundabout is a very busy one and leads to so many destinations.
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Source: Yen Newspaper