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Service of cell phones on African street Editorial Photography

Area around Nkrumah Circle, one of the main road circles in Accra (Ghana, Western Africa). The area is close to Adabraka, an old and central part of Accra. Nkrumah Circle is a main transportation hub in Accra and it is the starting and end-point of hundreds of tro-tro, minibuses that run across the whole city together with big buses. Everyday thousands of people walk and drive Nkrumah circle, attracting local sellers of all goods to set their mobile shops along the main traffic. Here, a young man services mobile phones and other small electronic devices in a tiny wooden service point right on the main street. His service is really professional and fast. Such service points are also important recycle centres, that replace malfunctioning old electronic parts with used but still operating parts.

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Editorial Photography: Service of cell phones on African street

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