- In what has been greeted with surprise, a group of youths turned down bags of rice from a lawmaker
- The youths Damongo town in Ghana while returning the edible demanded for job which they opined is what is more important to them
- The action of the youths has earned them the admiration of many people on social media as they use them as reference for other young minds
Youths from a town in Ghana have caused a stir on the internet with their reaction to an incentive from a lawmaker.
In a video shared on Instagram by @lindaikejiblog, the displeased Damongo youths on Monday July 19 returned bags of rice offered them by NPP politician named Samuel Abu Jinapors.
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The youths stated that they need jobs instead of what they were offered.
Samuel Abu Jinapors is a lawmaker that represents their constituency at the nation's parliament.
Social media reacts
"They have sense . Nigeria youths will carry bags of rice and b shouting echok."
''Respect !!! If Una catch the lawmaker make una beat am join !"
@geenafoodiesand spice wrote:
"Nigerian youths... can you see? Now that dey rejected rice, we are sure they will also not agree to hijack ballot boxes with guns. Bless you Charlie's... Africa must be great."
"Nigerian youths will rather wear “support for buhari “ just for 1000 naira rather than standing against their oppressors."
"Can Nigerians do this? No... These young men are hungry too but they are focused on their actual demands. Guess what, they LL get it.''
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Customs officer reveals how they offered bags of rice to bandits
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a customs official had confessed to offering bandits bags of rice.
This was disclosed in Katsina on Tuesday, March 9, by Comptroller Aliyu Mohammed, the Coordinator of the Sector 4 Command of the Joint Border Patrol Team in the North West.
He disclosed that operatives had entered the bush where the bandits were taking shelter because it was the same route that smugglers used to bring contrabands into the country, Channels TV had reported.