There was drama at the Nalerigu Court yesterday after a Judge threatened to sentence a plaintiff for not wearing nose mask in the Court room.
The plaintiff by name Issahaku entered the Court room without wearing nose mask and this angered the presiding Judge.
The angry Judge, who was not happy about the action of the plaintiff threatened to commit the plaintiff in to two Weeks jail term for not complying with the COVID-19 protocols in the Court.
But, fortunately for the plaintiff, he was not sentence t to the two Weeks after the Court listened to his plea and he was forgiven.
The issue of wearing nose mask is now mandatory in most public places including the various Courts in the Country following the outbreak of COVID-19 in Ghana.
The wearing of face mask is seen as a measure to prevent the transmission of the Virus and the public is always encouraged to wear face mask especially in public places.
This together with other safety procols can reduce the rate of infection according to health experts.
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