White man spotted at Ghana airport with 'fufu worma'; photo causes stir online

White man spotted at Ghana airport with 'fufu worma'; photo causes stir online

- A white man has caused a stir at the airport after he was spotted with a pestle

- The man appeared to be on his way out of the country and was taking the pestle with him

- Many people have reacted to the photo and have wondered what he wants to use the pestle for in his home country

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A foreigner has caused a stir on the internet after he was spotted at the airport carrying a pestle meant for pounding fufu with him ready to leave the country.

The photo which was sighted by YEN.com.gh saw the white man with his back turned to the camera, and he was ready to leave the country.

He had packed some bags and had the pestle in his left hand together with another bag which he wanted to leave the country with.

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The white man was however met by two Ghanaian staff of the airport who appeared to be talking to him and probably inquiring what he was doing at the airport with the kitchenware.

Many drew the conclusion that the white man was probably fascinated by the pestle and the role it plays in fufu preparation and wanted to own one and send it to his country.

Others too were of the view that the white man had fallen in love with fufu and wanted to have his own pestle to prepare it when he goes back to his country.

There were many comments from social media users who chanced upon the viral photo as they gave their own commentary.

In other rare news, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a social media user by the name Enyonam Fiomayie has recounted how she managed to become the side chick to traditional priestess Nana Agradaa's handsome husband.

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In a post fast going viral on social media, the lady indicated that she was duped some years back by Nana Agradaa known in real life as Patricia Aseidu.

She claimed that she went to see the priestess with her GHC1,700 to also take part in the sika gari money doubling ritual.

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