COVID-19: Gallant soldier pleads with passengers to stay at home in viral video

COVID-19: Gallant soldier pleads with passengers to stay at home in viral video

- A video of a military man speaking to some passengers aboard a commercial vehicle popularly known as trotro has gone viral

- The military personnel was passionately appealing to the passengers to stay at home

- According to him, it is better to stay at home and struggle with the family than to step out of the house to catch the deadly coronavirus

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Sometimes all it takes to change the heart of a stubborn person is speaking softly and advising that individual on what to do and what not to.

YEN.com.gh has sighted a viral video of a military man speaking to some passengers aboard a commercial vehicle popularly known as trotro.

In the video, he passionately appealed to the passengers aboard the trotro to stay back home if they had nothing to do in town.

According to him, it is better to stay at home and struggle with the family than to step out of the house to catch the deadly coronavirus.

He added that staying at home would make the job of security personnel easier instead of what some Ghanaians were doing.

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The action of the soldier has drawn a lot of admiration from social media users.

Priscilla simply wrote "well said".

Byngi said the typical Ghanaian would not heed to the advice.

Botsolo said his respect from the Military has grown.

This twitter user said in the same light when someone flouts the rules he should be arrested.

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Meanwhile, Head Pastor of the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC), Mensa Otabil, has advised Ghanaians, especially Christians, to be disciplined enough and not allow anyone to use their faith in God to lead them astray.

According to him, Christians must be disciplined and wise enough to do everything necessary to stay safe instead of putting themselves at risk.

Addressing Ghanaians in a Facebook video, Pastor Otabil advised that no one should let others put ideas in their heads that will lead them into being afraid.

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