THE DUSTER & THE DRIVER

KWAME GYAN'S BLOG

(this was inspired by my morning ride partner, Joan Coleman)

Next time you step out of your house in search of a trotro or perhaps riding in your car, observe what I’m about to tell you.

The duster is that almost ‘four square’ piece of cloth drivers often use to clean (well) dust off their cars. They are often yellow in colour. Aside the fact that the yellow may be so faded that you may see them as white or cream, we’ve lately had some designer dusters in town. Some have flowery designs in them and are found in various colours.

So that is the duster. It is primarily intended for wiping off stuff from the outside or inside of a car. But guess what, it has a lot more uses than we know, at least as far as a taxi or trotro driver is concerned.

Duster as a Sun…

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2 Responses to “THE DUSTER & THE DRIVER”

  1. Inspiring blog. Was expecting kola nuts all over the homepage. Calabash is not a bad idea though.

    • the calabash is empty and it symbolizes an empty vessel that needs to be filled.
      this blog is also to learn at the feet of people like you Kwame Gyan who have been doing it for a long time. you are inspiring.
      as for the nuts, it’s in the nature.

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