- The first scene in the video shows the man standing in front of the 'trotro' vehicle
- He can be heard throwing tantrums as he gestures that the 'trotro' driver parks his car along the road
- The man subsequently dashes off into his car and takes off to overtake the 'trotro' driver
- He then reverses his car and smashes into the side of the 'trotro' driver's vehicle
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The dramatic moments an angry man smashed his vehicle at the side of a 'trotro' driver's vehicle, preventing him from embarking on his journey, has appeared in a video online.
The video begins with the man standing in front of the 'trotro' driver's vehicle, as he vented his frustration, demanding that the driver parks his car along the road.
In the video fast circulating on social media, the 'trotro' driver is heard suggesting that they both drive to the police station to register their complaints.
Smashing into the 'trotro'
Peeved by the 'trotro' driver's remarks, the man dashed off into his car and speeds off to overtake the 'trotro' driver, forcefully preventing him from embarking on his journey with the passengers.
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While throwing tantrums, the man reverses and crashes his vehicle at the side of the 'trotro' driver's vehicle, causing damage to it.
The passengers in the 'trotro' were compelled to get down from the vehicle, with some expressing displeasure about the man's conduct.
It is not clear what caused the misunderstanding between the man and the 'trotro' driver.
Watch the video below:
4 Ghana policemen struggle to arrest strong driver
In a previous story, YEN.com.gh reported that, a dramatic scene unfolded at Dansoman near the Old Gold House in Accra on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, when a driver resisted arrest by four Ghanaian police officers, Pulse Ghana reported.
A dramatic video of the incident making the rounds on social media shows the uniformed officers forcefully attempting to overpower the man who was resisting arrest and appeared too strong to be subdued.
One of the police officers could be heard in the clip informing the man that he was being arrested for assaulting a police officer.
Legon student becomes a Chartered Accountant
Meanwhile, after overcoming challenges and failures, Daniel Danso Dankwah, has been admitted as a Chartered Accountant of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ghana (ICAG).
He obtained the feat after he started the Chartered Accountancy exams in November 2018 and completed it in November 2019 and became an Associate of the ICAG.
Dankwah recalls facing impediments in his pursuit to be a Chartered Accountant, as he recounted his journey to achieving the feat in a LinkedIn post.