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    TRENDING VIDEO: Street hawker gives Bawumia ‘RED CARPET TREATMENT’ at Madina

    A street hawker in Madina Market, Solomon Nana Kwame Kyei did the unthinkable when the Vice President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia visited the Madina carpet as part of his campaign tour to the Madina Constituency in the Greater Accra.

    Kwame Kyei who hawks carpet at the Madina Market against all odds rolled before the Veep’s convoy, three carpets at different times for the vehicles to drive on.

    The decision to roll the carpet on the road for the second gentleman of the land came as a surprise to the many jubilant supporters of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) who has gathered to welcome him to the constituency.

    “Four more, four more to do more…,” the jubilant supporters chanted lifting a finger to the air to show the position of the President, Nana Akufo-Addo on the ballot paper.

    Kwame Kyei, an SHS leaver out of excitement outwitted the security agencies several times to wave at the Vice President.

    The action of the young boy has since been trending on social media with many users sympathetic to the cause of the NPP praising him.

    Below is the Video of him showing love to the Vice President:

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