Okada man fixes flatscreen TV on bike for passengers to watch while riding

Okada man fixes flatscreen TV on bike for passengers to watch while riding

- An innovative okada rider has taken customer service to another and is fast trending on social media

- The photo sighted by YEN.com.gh shows that the okada man fixed a flatscreen TV on the bike to entertain his passengers

- The internet users have been reacting massively to this innovation

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A commercial motorbike rider is fast going viral on social media for adding a special level of customer satisfaction to his trade in a creative manner.

In the shot spotted by YEN.com.gh and a report by celebritiesbuzz.com.gh, it is indicated that the bike rider fixed a flatscreen TV on his vehicle to entertain any passenger to patronizes him.

What is surprising in the photo is that as strange as the creativity is, the man's colleague okada riders and the bystanders were interestingly not startled by it.

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Okada man fixes flatscreen TV on bike for passengers to watch while riding
Okada man fixes flatscreen TV on bike for passengers to watch while riding Source: theghanareport.com; celebritiesbuzz.com.gh
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The passenger in the shot, on the other hand, simply had her eyes fixated on the TV to keep herself entertained in the short interim of the trip.

Many Ghanaians have been reacting to the report.

Evans Kweku Yeboah commented that the idea of putting a TV on a bike is great until it begins to rain.

Ha Tick who called the innovation a 'killer move' asked that nobody replicates the same idea on their bikes as well.

Golden Man hilariously mentioned that it will end in tears.

In a separate report by YEN.com.gh Edward Asare, the social media manager of YEN.com.gh has been awarded as the Digital Media Influencer of the Year 2020 by the Youth Excellence Awards (YEA).

The talented 27-year-old gentleman has risen from the point of being unemployed for two good years after school to becoming a force to reckon with in the Ghanaian social media space.

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Edward, who hails from the Dawatrim-Asesewa in the Eastern Region, had his primary education at Dawatrim R/Basic School and then continued JHS at Deyoungsters International School.

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