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‘Ghanaian neighbors' to Chinese national – “Carry your own shit, don't cover it …”

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Interestingly and incomprehensibly, he negated the vast friendliness and expanse of the bush and opted for the prime comfort of a walled yard and respectable garden.
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A Chinese immigrant in Ghana got more than he bargained for in ‘heavy duty relief’ after he was forced to collect his fecal matter and dispose of it elsewhere.

In a video that has since gone viral on Facebook and WhatsApp, the Chinese immigrant was rightfully accused of comfortably and nicodemously pursuing and concluding his pressing bowel agenda in someone’s Garden of Eden. 

Interestingly and incomprehensibly, he negated the vast friendliness and expanse of the bush and opted for the prime comfort of a walled yard and respectable garden.

Unfortunately, he was caught red-handed in the act, but he got away lightly for his nefarious activity, as he sheepishly complied with the order to pick up his stuff with a shovel for disposal elsewhere.

Lately, many Chinese nationals seem to have emigrated en masse to more than several countries in Africa.

In Ghana, they have become notorious for illegal mining, building Chinese communities within the larger Ghanaian community, and have been noted to on occasion take the laws into their own hands to punish their Ghanaian employees, who fall short of their laws.

Responding to the event, many on social media blasted the Chinese for his action, and asked if Ghanaians can go to China and do same.

Many are however, wondering, if it is the beginning of a souring relationship between the Chinese and their hosts, as many Ghanaians say they have started waking up to the dubious acts of several of their Chinese neighbors.

Read also: Parliament approves deal to trade Ghana’s bauxite for Chinese-funded roads

Ghana’s parliament recently passed a master project support agreement for a 2 billion dollar facility for the construction of priority projects by Chinese firm SynoHydro Corporation.

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