Fearless Man Caught On Camera ‘Openly’ Defecating Around Ghana Presidential Villa [Photo]
A man was caught on camera ‘openly’ defecating in the green grass around the lawns of Jubilee House, the presidential villa in Accra that serves as a residence and office to the President of Ghana.
The photo which has gone viral has got many people wondering if the man was in his right senses.
It is however not clear if the act was considered a security breach as it was expected the security operatives at the villa would have acted fast enough to remove the man from the lawn.
Efo Dela, the man who shared the photo tweeted;
I just saw someone taking a sh!t around Flagstaff House!! I’m stilgobsmacked from what I was
Man just walked behind the ‘reservoir’ pulled a black rubber then proceeded to take a shit, right by the Flagstaff House. This might be the wildest thing I’ve seen in Gh, and I’ve seen a lot.
I just saw someone taking a sh!t around Flagstaff House!!
— Efo ✌🏾Manolas, the Greek god in Rome✌🏾Dela (@Amegaxi) October 14, 2019
Meanwhile, popular Nigerian singer, Burna Boy has disclosed that he finds ultimate peace of mind and relaxation whenever he steps in Ghana.
According to him, any time he sits at the Labadi Beach and looks the point which separates the sea from the sky, he feels like God lives there.
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