- Personnel from the police and military allegedly stormed the Basement Night Club in Kumasi to disperse revellers
- Partygoers had amassed to have fun despite the Covid-19 directive against social gatherings by President Akufo-Addo
- Videos from the incident have emerged online
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There was confusion at The Caste E Choke party in the Basement Night Club in Kumasi as the police and military stormed the venue to enforce the directive against social gatherings by President Akufo-Addo.
Personnel from the police and military allegedly flocked the Basement Night Club to disperse the revellers who had dangerously gathered, throwing caution to the wind to enjoy themselves despite the Covid-19 restriction on social gatherings.
There's no report of any arrests but it's evident the party organisers failed to secure permission from the city authorities.
In videos sighted by YEN.com.gh, crammed-up partygoers could be seen leaving the basement with many struggling to make their way out of the place.
Sharing the footage on Instagram, Ghanaian blogger GH Hyper wrote, ''Police and soldiers storm Basement Night Club to stop massive Caste E Choke’ party; thousands flee.''
A reveller expressed his displeasure about the sudden police and military take over, disrupting the party for them.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported popular Ghanaian actress, Akuapem Poloo, named at birth Rosemond Alade Brown, has asked for time to organise herself to enable her to address the public.
In a press conference in the office of her lawyer, Andrew Vortia, the actress appeared traumatised and could hardly speak.
Akuapem Poloo, however, asked for time to put herself in shape to enable her to address her fans and the public.
In other news, Reverend Obofour and his wife Ciara Antwi Bofowaa have served a loved-up moment as they show off their flourishing marriage.
The founder and leader of the Anointed Palace Chapel (APC) whose real name is Kwaku Agyei Antwi was captured being a perfect gentleman and a loving husband to his wife.
In the adorable video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Reverend Obofour could be seen opening a door of his Rolls Royce for his wife Ciara Antwi Bofowaa as they walk side by side.
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