Social media has been a place to be since election year keep drawing near.
There has been a lot of hilarious videos from the camps of the two biggest political parties in Ghana.
Of all the video’s making rounds, one that has really caught attention is a video of a New Patriotic Party (NPP) supporter who took to the streets to take his bath in a bid to campaign for his political party ahead of the December 7 election.
The man’s actions come’s after President Nana Akufo-Addo’s directive to extend the free water package that was announced in the wake of the Covid-19 disease earlier this year.
To send a strong message, the man took his bucket of water, soap and sponge to the streets during a rally that took place in his neighbourhood.
In the video another also joined by taking the sponge from the guy to help him with the bath.
Shocked by their actions, some bystanders who were surprised by the gesture, took out their phones to record the surprising moment.
The background voice in the video kept on shouting “free water, free water…only Nana Addo gave us free water during Covid-19 times.”
Meanwhile, a teenager has lost his life after engaging in an s3xual marathon with one top prostitute who trade along the streets of Surulere in Nigeria.
The guy identified as Maduabuchi Okeke reportedly slumped dead on top of a lady who gave her name as Sandra in a hotel called Exclusive Mansion Hotel located on the Ayilara Street in Surelere.
The police report revealed that, on the eve of the terrible incident, the deceased reportedly brought the prostitute into a room in the hotel for the night.
After realizing that the young man had died, Sandra sneaked out of the hotel room, and sought help from two security guards- Ottah Nduka and Aliu Tiwalola, working in the hotel, to help her smuggle the body out of the hotel premises.
Fortunately, Sandra and both her accomplices were arrested for their respective roles in helping to orchestrate the crime.
The trio connived and transported the lifeless body to the hospital were they cooked managed to convince nurses that he had fallen unconscious at home.
By: Naa Ayorkor Laryea