- A video has emerged of a young trainee soldier at a military training camp begging to be allowed to go home
- In the video, the young trainee soldier is heard saying he is overwhelmed by the rigorous training
- The video clip has gained attention on social media
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A visual making the rounds on social media shows a young man overwhelmed by intense training at a military camp begging to be allowed to go home.
The less than five minutes of footage opens with the young man sitting on the bare ground with his superiors surrounding him.
A scene in the video shows the young military trainee gasping for breath following rigorous training. The visibly exhausted young man is heard begging to be allowed to go home.
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Accompanied by mild laughter, his superiors who are standing next to him ask about his name and age.
"I’m 27-years-old,’’ he says while visibly sobbing that he should be allowed to home. He can also be heard saying that he is tired.
One officer in charge of the trainees can be heard saying in the video that he won’t go home, while others say he should be allowed to go.
Certainly, yearning to become a solid military personnel comes with a lot of rigorous training and the young man may have bargained for more than his passion could afford him.
See video below:
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The young man proudly gushed about where he used to live while growing up as a child.
In a post that has erupted with emotions and commentaries on social media, Nartey revealed that he paid a visit to his ''childhood community'' at Bubiashie in the Okai Koi South Constituency.
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