- The young man was filmed on top of a moving taxi
- He had an iron pot on a coal pot sitting on top of the moving taxi as well
- A scene in the video shows him tasting what he was cooking
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A video of a young man cooking on top of a moving taxi has emerged, gaining massive traction and commentaries on social media.
In the viral clip sighted by YEN.com.gh, the young man could be seen sitting on the moving vehicle, with a coal pot, a cooking device consisting of an iron grid, and an iron pot also referred to as ''dadesen''.
The young man's identity, including his name, and where the incident happened, is yet to be known, but his video is making the rounds on social media.
In the clip in which the man is seen sitting on the moving taxi with the cooking devices, the driver behind the whip appears unalarmed though it is unknown whether the coal pot had a fire in it.
The video surfaced on the internet on Wednesday, August 4, and has been linked to the FixTheCountry protest, which happened on the same day.
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Bride refuses to kiss husband
In a previous story, a newly wedded bride almost ruined what should’ve been blissful nuptials for herself and her husband after she declined when her husband gestured to kiss her.
The incident happened during the couple's white wedding ceremony while friends and family had gathered to celebrate with them on the big day.
In a video making the rounds on social media, the bride, for unknown reasons, refused to return a kiss when her husband showed intent to kiss her.
Although her husband made several attempts, she refused to succumb and looked elsewhere, leaving her husband quite embarrassed.
Ghanaian writer receives award
In a separate story, Ghanaian writer, filmmaker, and art historian, Nana Oforiatta Ayim, has been honoured with the Woman of the Year in Cultural Arts Award at the Ghana Woman of the Year Honours, held on Sunday, July 1.
The founder of the ANO Institute of Arts and Knowledge joined a host of women leaders who were honoured for their significant impact on the Ghanaian society.
The Cultural Arts Award adds to the list of laurels obtained by Nana Ofosuaa Ayim in recent years for her contribution to art and the nation.
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