- A Ghanaian gentleman has taken the business of his mum to Twitter as he asked people to stop by her stand and buy roasted plantain
- Many tweeps commended his smart move, saying that it will really help the woman's business to go forward
- A check on the son's Twitter page shows that he is always posting about his mother's business on the platform
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A young man in Accra with the handle @Sikaofficial1 has taken to Twitter to advertise his mum's roasted plantain business without shame.
In a tweet on Monday, January 18, the young man called for wide patronage as he shared photos showing his mum sitting beside her wares.
As it is customary with such a business, the woman combines her main product with groundnuts.
The son also shared a short video showing the deliciously-looking plantain as they are being roasted on the braai.
See his tweet below:
As at the time of writing this report, people have shown the woman much love with the post having over 17,000 likes.
Below are some of the reactions:
"She is also wearing nose mask...your mom is intelligent."
"I’ve bought roasted plantain from her twice and I must say it’s very nice . Y’all should buy from her."
"Wow, God bless our mother’s. And bro selling ur mom out there is very nice. Keep that up. But I’ll task u to get a friend who is into design. Get a nice brand logo, get nice paper bags or any classic packaging container help brand moms hustle in a nice way. U can dm me."
"She has a very neat shop. May God bring customers in abundance and make her business expand, Amen."
"I know this place. I have tried her plantain before. It’s closer to the East Legon Calbank right?"
As YEN.com.gh also reported, some students and young graduates from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) have developed an amazing fire detector.
In a short documentary on the device sighted by YEN.com.gh on the YouTube channel of Citi News, the leader of the group called Stephen Boakye Frimpong indicated that the gadget is called a Smart Fire Alert.
The device is mounted at vantage points in facilities so that it is able to get access to smoke whenever there is an incident of fire in the structure.
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