Taxi with no driver spotted moving around in Hohoe

A taxi that was moving in town without any driver has been spotted amid Ghana’s general election. The video was reportedly taken at Hohoe in the Volta Region amid celebration that was ongoing – Thousands of people have been reacting to the video that is fast going viral. A video that is fast going viral on social media captures a self-driving taxi that was spotted at Hohoe in the Volta Region. The video seen by YEN.com.gh on the youtube channel of celebritiesbuzz is said to have been taken after NPP supporters hit the streets to celebrate following the declaration of The Energy Minister, John Peter Amewu, as the winner of the Hohoe parliamentary seat. During the celebration, a gentleman decided to record the movement of some of the cars only to spot the taxi that was moving on its own without a driver. Taxi with no driver moving in town spotted at Hohoe in Volta Region; video drops Youtube; celebritiesbuzz tv Source: UGC Thousands of people have been reacting massively to the trending video. Ya’quub Ibn Adam indicated that the car was being moved by spiritual gods and the car should be checked well as there could be ballot boxes inside it.

Taxi with no driver moving in town spotted at Hohoe in Volta Region; video drops Youtube; celebritiesbuzz tv Source: UGC Thousands of people have been reacting massively to the trending video. Ya’quub Ibn Adam indicated that the car was being moved by spiritual gods and the car should be checked well as there could be ballot boxes inside it. While on the subject of Hohoe, Ghana was shocked after the country went to the polls and results started trickling in, indicating that an NPP parliamentary candidate had ‘performed magic’ in the Volta Region. The said candidate was John Peter Amewu who was able to make history after becoming the very first NPP candidate to win in the Hohoe Constituency. Peter Amewu got a total of 26,952 votes while his closest contender, Prof Margaret Kweku, got 21,821 in total.

In a breakdown of events leading to the victory of Peter Amewu, findings gathered shows that when he served as Energy Minister, the NPP MP-elect did a lot of good for his people.

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