‘Papa no’ sardine hits the market

Ghanaians always capitalize on the least opportunity to make money and produce awesome products as they keep in trend with issues.

Some manufacturers in the country have exploited their business idea by producing canned sardines and have labeled it as ‘Papa no’.

It is believed that this manufacturing company settled on the name because of the attention the local phrase ‘Papa no’ which literally means ‘the man’ has received for some months now.

This term originated from Tracey Boakye and Mzbel brawl on social media who keep referring to a sugar daddy they share as ‘Papa no’.

Source: Ghanaown.com

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