- An unidentified physically challenged Ghanaian man has sparked massive reaction on social media after his video popped up
- Ghanaian comedian, DKB Ghana saw the young man directing traffic while positioned in the middle of the road on his wheelchair and captured the moment
- Netizens who saw the video said shared a lot of interesting opinions about the post under the comments section
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A Ghanaian young man has managed to single-handedly cause a huge stir on social media after a video of him surfaced online.
The post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Twitter timeline of Ghanaian comedian DKB Ghana had the disabled man on a wheelchair busily pushing himself in the middle of the road and directing traffic.
DKB Ghana shared the video which was taken by himself with the caption;
"Everything is possible in Accra . Wheelchair guy directing traffic hot afternoon. .The hustle is real"
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At the time of this publication, the post has gathered close to 200 likes with 4 quote tweets and over 20 retweets.
Some of the interesting comments have been compiled below by YEN.com.gh;
The last part killed me. Wheelchair guy is directing your destiny
E nor easy the hustle is real
He was busily fetching soil in the morning to fill the potholes oo they were two there. Hmmm
1 cedi wey u dey shout like that ?
Herrr!!!... How much you with two hands and legs
Man for chop
Watch the fulll video linked below;
Video of 2 disabled young men directing traffic on busy road emerges; erupts reactions
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a motivating video emerged of two young men with a disability passionately directing road traffic despite the danger it posed to their safety and health.
The video of the two young men managing the traffic situation in the scorching sun affirms the narrative that disability is not an inability.
In the video that is fast gaining traction on social media, the physically challenged men can be seen directing traffic on a busy road, while sitting on a wheel board.
The video clip which lasted less than a minute shows there was no police officer present at the time.
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