- After opening a tap to drink, a man found moving tadpoles in the water and recorded it in a video
- The man indicated that he would have easily drunk the water if not for daylight
- Some social media users have been explaining that the water was likely from a storage tank
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A Ghanaian man has shared an eye-popping video of himself fetching water from the tap after realizing that it was full of tadpoles which are otherwise known as 'baby frogs'.
In the video, the gentleman indicated that he wanted to drink water when he found the baby frogs inside and added that he would have drunk the water if he were in a blackout.
In each bowl of water that he fetched, several dozens of the tadpoles (frog in its larval stage) could be seen moving rapidly in the water.
See the video below:
What Ghanaians are saying
Whilst many people found this hilarious, others started serious conversations with some others explaining that the water could have been from a 'polytank' and not Ghana Water Company.
Charles Atuah said:
It's never true. You better clean your poly tank. Stop throwing dust into our eyes. How can this be possible. I believe you are taping your water from gutters. Drama.
Jadon Spirit hilariously stated:
Instead of you to thank God for the free Fishes and enjoy it you are here using it to campaign against the ruling party.
Nana Obiri mentioned:
I don’t understand Ghanaians ooooo. U people have been voting NDC & NPP back Nd forth from 1992 and they done nothing to change the lives of Ghanaians, zero development and u still vote for these fools who main interest is how to win elections and loot for themselves, families and friends.Check on their children and see ,they are living and schooling abroad in a country with great system with ur taxes stolen by their parents whiles u here suffering, struggling and complaining but u still going to vote again in 2024 either for NDC or NPP .U all part of the problem.
In another bizarre story, a young man was captured on camera taking a full loaf of bread with polluted brown-looking water from what appeared to be a stagnant pond.
The gentleman indicated that it was a result of a broken heart but many people have been expressing opposing views on the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Instagram handle of @emmazegit_4real.
What appears to be interesting about the video is that the gentleman was seen taking the 'meal' with great joy, which removed all initial suspicions that it was out of hunger.
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