Trotro basically means change/penny/coin etc.
A word commonly attributed to commercial buses in Ghana due to the affordability within the country and other parts of Africa.
If you’ve ever been to Ghana’s capitol it is one of the remarkable things you can’t get out of your mind.
Especially the frequent car honks and the loud voices of Trotro conductors,
shouting “Accra” or “Cirq Cirq” may mutate into music through your ears after a while.
The music is inspired by the strong connection
between Trotro and the survival in the day to day life of the majority of people living in Ghana.