File image - Cows cross a busy street in Achimota, Accra.

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At this rate, the next development in the world of Ghanaian cows remains uncertain, but the likelihood of them having their own lane remains a mirage,...
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A herd of cows recently gave new meaning to the term ‘Cow Lane’, when they took over a section of a three-way lane somewhere in Ghana, perhaps in demand of their own lane in that part of town, as their activities continue to expand.

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In a short video posted on Facebook - sans the location - that has been viewed by thousands of people, the cows, who looked to be well on their way to pasture, took over a whole lane, without any respect for vehicular and human traffic in what looked like a routine activity for them.

Cows give new meaning to ‘Cow Lane’ in Ghana

Not too long ago, a herd of cows took over the Dansoman Roundabout in Accra, and did their own things there. Perhaps, it was to protest a lack of a roundabout for them.

Cows have been seen crossing major highways across the country, but taking over a whole lane on a major thoroughfare seems to be a new phenomenon.

At this rate, the next development in the world of Ghanaian cows remains uncertain, but the likelihood of them having their own lane remains a mirage, as they continue in their mission to mar Ghana’s quest to be the Gateway to business in the sub-region, and one of the cleanest and most beautiful places to visit in Africa.

Thanks to the videographer, who we are yet to identify and credit.

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