- Israel Emmanuel Ahedor, a resident of Aflao where there is supposed to be a military presence, has released a video of what is actually happening
- In the video, life is actually carrying on as normal with no soldiers in sight by the time Israel got to the location
- It is thought that the military men are in a different area and not the border where Israel took the video
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A local resident of Aflao identified as Israel Emmanuel Ahedor has released a video that shows what exactly is happening at the Aflao border amid reports of military presence in the area.
The video was sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Twitter handle of Israel where the young man indicated that absolutely nothing unusual was going on.
According to Israel, he believes there is a lot of propaganda that is being associated with the reports of military deployment at the Ghana-Togo border when it is business as usual in the area.
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Israel may, however, not be right with his opinion, although he truthfully did not spot military men in the area at the time of his visit.
This is because Ghana's president, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has not opened the borders to travel since he instituted a travel ban to help contain the spread of COVID-19.
If military men are at any borders to ensure there are no foreigners coming into Ghana to register for the voters' registration cards as Hon KT Hammond alleged in a viral video, then they must be at unapproved routes to enforce the order.
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In another report by YEN.com.gh, popular Ghanaian comedian, Clemento Suarez, has released another breathtaking, interesting, and totally hilarious side of his numerous talents as he spoke exactly like Ghana's former president, Jerry John Rawlings.
Suarez unveiled this amazing skill in a radio interview at OkayFM with popular Ghanaian media personality, Abeiku Santana.
The Ghanaian comedian did well responding to very sensitive questions that Abeiku Santana asked him as though he were the former president.
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