Payloader Machine Carrying Many People In Its Bucket On A Road In Accra

Payloader Machine Carrying Many People In Its Bucket On A Road In Accra

  • On the Ofankor-Nsawam Highway undergoing construction, a payloader was seen transporting people due to a lack of commercial vehicles
  • The video was shared on X, formally Twitter and received several comments from netizens who seemed displeased
  • A few of those who commented attempted to explain reasons why people who live in that area would do such a thing

In the Greater Accra region, a payloader machine was observed transporting several people in its bucket on the Ofankor-Nsawam Highway.

The Ofankor-Nsawma highway is currently undergoing construction, and the video shows the payloader machine carrying people on the rough road while other commuters look on.

In a video shared on X, formally Twitter, many criticized the action and called government authorities to stop such acts.

Payloader Machine Carrying Many People In Its Bucket On A Road In Accra
Some commuters explained that residents sit in the bucket of the payloader due the lack of commercial vehicles in the area Photo credit: @eddie_wrt Source: Twitter
Source: Twitter

However, some who live on the stretch explained that the road construction has disrupted regular transportation services, leading locals to resort to unconventional methods to overcome the hurdles.

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Comments on the video collated some reactions to the video shared by @eddie_wrt. Read them below:

@Kwaku_AY said:

Saw these guys yesterday

@TesanoCnn wrote:

This be sapieman - Macedonia junction

@1bona_ said:

Bibini y3 nipaa oo

@antwi_penuel wrote:

Sarpeiman Macedonia... no be demma fault .. you no go get car

@Kojo_Emma23 said:

It's difficult getting transportation on that stretch, especially in the mornings.

@prospersewornu asked:

what sort of indiscipline is this? @GhPoliceService

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