- A bus conductor in Tanzania gave his passengers a perfect show that could have made any person's day
- The 'makanga' was busy collecting fare when he heard Diamond Platnumz's song bursting through the stereo and he could not hold back
- The man started dancing with an emotional display and many of his customers were delighted
A bus conductor from Tanzania has shown that one can actually use the job to not only collect fare but also entertain his passengers.
In a viral video shared extensively online, the conductor was spotted breaking into a dance while collecting bus fare from his customers.
The makanga, as they are commonly known in Kenya, immediately started moving to the beat after a Diamond Platnumz's song started playing on the stereo.
He even forgot for a minute about his job and danced emotionally, displaying some sick moves that he nearly got rid of his clothes at some point.
The commuters were definitely entertained as some could be heard laughing heavily as they enjoyed a show they rarely get to see.
The video was shared on Wasafi TV's Instagram account and many commented on the post mentioning how they would have liked to meet him.
In other news, an African American, Chief Master Sergeant Darin S Thomas, has retired from the United States Air Force after spending 24 years in service.
The former military man took to his LinkedIn page to make the disclosure, saying he had an amazing career at the Air Force.
Thomas retired from the Air Force on Tuesday, June 16, after serving faithfully and honourably, his certificate of retirement indicated.
He wrote: "Today (June 16), I am retiring from the Air Force after 24 years of service. It has been an amazing career and I want to thank God and everyone else that supported me along this journey."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a mother-of-four who did not know she was pregnant said she gave birth to a healthy baby girl in the toilet.
Grace Meachin said the birth of her last born was during the period her husband was on the waiting list for a vasectomy.
She said she had no discernible bump, was taking her pill 'religiously' and still had periods.
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