Know your road signs
Know your road signs
#KeepSmilingKeepShining: here I was, innocent little boy sitting in trotro minding my business which includes konkonsa for Trotro Diaries. From nowhere this guy gets on and decides to decorate my slim fit papistic trouser. Trying to mess the nice view of my heavy duty ties and hips with whatever was in his bag that I don’t even know. But still I #KeepSmilingKeepShining. Stay positive.
As we celebrate National Public Transport Day, we at Trotro Diaries entreat us all to help in educating our loved ones. Take a look at the National Road Safety Campaign website and know your road signs. Be informed rather than think that the signs with animals mean Animal market hehe. Let’s not just wish things get better, let us all do our little bit to make things better. Insist on the right thing being done, especially in trotros, even if they don’t heed, you would have passed some education. Keep Smiling, Keep shining
CNN Inside Africa crew were in Ghana to interview the creator of Trotro Diaries. Check out as Yaw Odoom takes Errol Barnett and the team around. And get a hint of the Trotro Diaries App.
Imagine entering a trotro or danfo or matatu (public bus system) and seeing this hahahahaha….
Trotro Diaries: my job as the writer of the diaries has never been this challenging. Not when I want to write about 2 amazing people in front of me but their friend is on my left and 3 more friends at my back. What kinda skill will I use to write without being caught and also assess this girl and see if she is fine enough to be classified as FGoT – Fine Girl on Trotro haha. Wish me all the best in my attempt to take a picture or wish me luck when these people catch me, then this car will be on real fire.
Anyway I would like to welcome them, I can see they are foreigners but they have already understood what my profile pix talks about. Anyway let me tell u why these my people have made my day. I am the luckiest man on the face of the planet this moment cos the 1 sitting on my left is sleeping and that thing inspires me so much and makes me laugh so much that my laughter increases the GDP of Ghana. Next on the bill we have the 2 in front of me. The 1 on the left has some old school jerry curls, no on second thought I think its jelly curls. Sitted right next to him is the dude with the headphones the size of which am sure is about the same as a 53.2 inch michelin tyre.
Oh and I forgot I made a trotro friend who is from Naija, this my guy is so on point, never missing the trotro, 1 day I will show u a pix of him. Anyway that is how the day has started and I believe it will go Great. Remember no matter how crooked or uncomfortable the trotro (life) might be, you can always put a smile in there. Get to the office in the right mood, love yall. Leave a comment or like.
Going International: The trotro movement is way bigger than we think. In Nigeria they are called Danfo, in some Eastern and Southern African countries they are called Matatus. Imagine how it will be like if all of us from all these countries are sharing our amazing stories with pictures and making friends from all over. How do you think it will be like and what name would you call the group? hahaha