A taxi driver has recounted how he provided services to a young beautiful lady who he says turned out to be a ghost.
While test to prove what a ghost is may be a difficult one to pass, the taxi driver who was part of a number of other taxi drivers who appeared on Adom FM’s morning show, Dwaso Nsem said he believed the passenger was a ghost because she vanished from his car while his doors remained intact, WestAfrica 24 can confirm as it monitored The whole interview.
The taxi driver said he picked the lady from Teshie, a suburb of Accra and charged her a GHC7 fare which was eventually reduced to GHC5 but upon getting to Red Gate Junction (her destination) I needed to get her assistance for directions so I asked if I should take left or right turn, twice without any response.
“I then decided to put on my interior lights but found no one in the car,” he narrated in Twi.
According to him, the situation scared the hell out of him, forcing him to decide against night driving until recently.
The incidence, he said, took place on March 30, 2019, during the Easter festivities.
The taxi drivers shared the experience on Y’asem Nie, a new segment on Dwaso Nsem where opportunity is given to ordinary groups, especially tradesmen and women to tell their stories with the hope of getting government action on some of their challenges.
Watch the featured video curled from Y’asem Nie segment above as the driver narrates his story below;
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