- The price of one coconut by a seller at Ridge in Accra has caused huge stir online
- @Kaysitsofe shared that the 'branded' coconut goes for Ghc11 for one small size and Ghc15 for one large size
- Many who saw the post said it is unacceptable to overprice coconut like that
A man has got netizens massively reacting as he took to social media to post a picture of branded coconuts which are going for an unusual price.
The post sighted by YEN.com.gh on Twitter had @Kaysitsofe sharing that the coconuts are going for Ghc11 and Ghc15 depending on the piece taken.
"Coconut selling at ¢11.00 and Ghc15.00 for one. The branding will speak for itself. "
Ghanaians who saw the post refused to turn a blind eye.
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They resorted to the comments section to express their opinions about the over priced fruit.
YEN.com.gh has highlighted a few of the comments below;
This one, if some Chinese people establish a coconut joint close to them and start selling at GH¢5.00 pɛ, they will pick a fight with them and block their entrance with stones.
What do you mean by branding? No be the same soil e dey grow coconut we all dey use?
Ebi lie the small bottle be 5gh and the big bottle be 10gh . Ie coconut water and if u want the food is 1gh . U wan lie
If Ibe Heaven Jesus Land coconut koraa ano go buy.
Kube 15 Ghana why ibi premix anaa zen fuel
The very reason the nigerians and asians thrive well in business in this country...wotcn kube 11cedis ama wo nua ..yoooo.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported the story of a young Ghanaian lady who has chosen to help her boyfriend sell coconut by the roadside.
In the publication, it was revealed that the lady, whose name is currently unknown, lost her job at a point and upon failed attempts to secure a new one, she opted to help her man Nyamekye sell coconut.
The beautiful young lady mentioned she has had numerous proposals from richer men and has been told several times that a pretty lady like herself should not be wasting her life with a poor man.
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