- Popular sisters, Afua Jesusa, and her younger sister, Afua Ohemaa Dokua, have been videoed attempting to outdo each other
- In a video online, the duo could be seen arguing over an unknown issue
- Their mother, Nana Akua Addo, shared the video online
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Popular sisters and Instagram child models, Afua Jesusa, and her younger sister, Afua Ohemaa Dokua, have been captured on camera attempting to outdo each other.
The adorable duo who were arguing over an unknown issue wanted to dominate each other with their views.
Afua Jesusa and Afua Ohemaa Dokua, who are daughters of international Ghanaian model, Nana Akua Addo, seemed quite upset and none appeared willing to bow out of the argument with the losing party.
Captioning the video, Nana Akua Addo wrote, ''Child right lawyer needed urgent wai nah [I'm] confused ♀️.''
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Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported an accident involving a speeding trotro, and a bus whose driver was equally on top speed was captured on camera.
The drivers of the vehicles were videoed driving at top speed from different directions of an intersection before the trotro driver crashed into the side of the bus, causing a heavy traffic jam.
It is not clear whether the traffic lights on that stretch of the road were functioning as of the time the accident occurred.
Abena Korkor Shares Videos
In other news, former TV3 presenter, Abena Korkor is serving her teeming fans her flawless beauty to promote her T-shirt collection in recent videos on Instagram.
Abena Korkor posed for the camera in multiple outfits as she modelled a Thick Chick Rock grey T-shirt, flashing her killer curves in the outfit.
The popular media personality dropped jaws, flexing her natural beauty without her usual makeup.
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