- The Ghana police have allayed fears of Ghanaians that the military men would be ruthless during the lockdown
- Some reports have painted a dark picture of the work of the military during the restriction period
- A statement from the police say the military men have been trained to be highly professional during the period
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The Ghana Police Service has allayed the fears of Ghanaians as some parts of the country begin a lockdown today Monday, March 30, 2020.
In a statement by the police and sighted by YEN.com.gh, the Service says the military men to oversee the restriction exercise in the earmarked areas have been trained to be highly professional in carrying out their duty.
This comes after many viral reports that the military men were “ready to beat and kill anyone” anyone who flouted the lockdown rules.
The statement further urged Ghanaians to “stay home and not get infected”, stressing that the police love Ghanaians so much.
Many people have reacted to the information with some offering suggestions.
Emma, for instance, gave his own opinion:
Musah and Naa also prayed for blessings for the group:
Hajia had some advice for the police:
Even when one Lawrence raised the concern that the police might “lash people small”, the police responded: “Not at all”:
Meanwhile, as of Monday morning on March 30, 2020, no new case of coronavirus has been recorded in Ghana.
The figure still stands at 152 with five deaths.
However, there are two more recoveries and these have been discharged from the hospital.
Many Ghanaians are happy about this development.
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