- A Ghanaian businesswoman was unjustly prevented from delivering food to a customer which turned into a hot video
- According to the woman, her delivery man was stopped by the police for 2 hours when he was on the way to deliver 1 ball of kenkey to a customer
- It appears that the police in Ghana are not fully informed on the rules governing the partial lockdown, as they keep hindering people working in the food industry, which is not allowed
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A businesswoman who runs a food business has been completely angered in a fast-trending video as her food delivery man was spotted by police for two hours.
The passionate woman indicated in the video sighted by YEN.com.gh that the delivery man was only sending one ball of kenkey to a customer who had placed an order for it.
According to her, the police are simply maltreating business owners who have every backing by law and government to still run their businesses in the partial lockdown period.
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See the video below:
On March 27, 2020, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo declared a partial lockdown around Accra, Tema, Obuasi and Kumasi to help curb the spread of the global pandemic in the country.
It appears that the lockdown rules have probably not been fully explained to some of the Ghana Armed Forces officers as they have appeared to cross their boundaries on many occasions.
Food vendors are allowed to still operate but even recently, a 67-year-old woman was beaten mercilessly by a police officer for going out to procure foodstuffs.
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In other news, traditionalists from several tribes in Ghana have joined forces and united in powerful prayers against COVID-19 at Independence Square of the country.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram handle of Facts and Truths, the traditionalists included the Akans, Gas and Ewes among several others.
They all lined up at several strategic points on the large park while holding Schnapp bottles filled with drinks which they used to pour libations against the pandemic.
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