Akadewaso people in Ghana survive on trees

  • Akadewaso people in Ghana survive on Trees
     

    According to ACCRA24.COM, the act of trading goods and services between two or more parties without the use of money still exist in Ghana in areas like : Asuboni-Odumase, which is different from Asuboni Rails and Asuboni No.3, near Nkawkaw location.

    Bartering benefits individuals, companies and countries that see a mutual benefit in exchanging goods and services rather than cash, and it enables those who are lacking hard currency to obtain goods and services.

    As at time of ACCRA24.COM reporter's National service, there was no "Chamber Latrine" in Asuboni-Odumase, they are now doing one in Asuboni-Odumase after years.

    Somebody may say, we live in 21st century, which is the current century of  Anno Domini era but Ghana is yet to enter. The Western World are developing WC, even in small areas but Ghana is still building Chamber Latrine.

     From the reporter, ACCRA24.COM can boldly say, People climbing trees so that they can make and receive calls in Akadewaso town, made up of 1000 people.

    Akadewaso  is located in the Eastern region of Ghana.

    People in this small town actually climb trees, with their mobile phones, just to place calls or to receive calls.

    The name of the town is Akadewaso and that means people there can only survive on top of trees,  so reception on tree top is just the method there.

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    PEOPLE RECEIVE CALLS ON TREES 



    Source: ACCRA24.COM | OFMTV.COM | GHANADOM.COM