Guys who wish to be military officers in Ghana are given hard training in order to do away with all fear and panic on the battlefield. In view of this, any young man who wishes to be a soldier in Ghana must first of all be a brave person. The person also needs to have extraordinary strength and be ready to die for his country.
A young man who is being trained to become a military officer has been captured crying after a military officer commanded that a snake should be put on his shoulder during a training session. Checking the video very well, it appears the military officers sent some young soldiers to snakes tourist site so that they could train them to be bold. You can actually see other young military officers in the background of the video.
But the young soldier in your picture was very much afraid of the snake put on his shoulder. The military officer told the tourist guide to put the snake on the guy's shoulder but the guy heard in the video saying this in the Twi language, "Oh my God, I don't like snakes".
The military officer did not even mind him. He told the guy "Hey, left turn". The guy did it but the head of the snake was getting closer to his hands so he told him to watch out. The guy then put his hands at his back but the military man shouted at him, "Hey, it that where to put your hands?". The guy was crying and screaming. He was afraid that the snake will bite his hands".
You can also watch the video through the link below:
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