Ivor Greenstreet, the flagbearer of the opposition Conventions Peoples Party (CPP), has sought to launch his own version of the Kalyppo challenge, which has captivated Ghana's social media space.
Many Ghanians have been posting pictures of themselves drinking Kalyppo on social media, in what has been dubbed the "Kalyppo craze".
The phenomenon was inspired by a picture showing, Nana Akufo-Addo, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) flagbearer sipping, Kalyppo.
The picture was initially shared to mock him as a weak leader who drinks kids' juice, but many people found the picture fascinating and it soon went viral online.
Many social media enthusiasts have since moved to mimic the 72-year-old former minister of state with their own pictures.
On Friday, Mr Greenstreet moved to join the fun. But he opted to sip coconut instead of Kalyppo.
He shared the picture on Facebook with the caption: #Coconutisbetter.