The intervention of the military is the last resort every nation rely on when all odds proves fatal. In Ghana, the military has begun overstepping their boundaries as they have, on several occasion, been spotted interfering in the normal lives of civilians in Ghana. The worry of Ghanaian intensified right from the moment when the military stormed the Parliament House on the night which saw to the election of Right Honorable Speaker Alban Sumana Bagbin. Several enquiries has been made by some committees but to no avail.
Today, Elikem Kotoko, a communicator of the National Democratic Congress, shared an alarming photo on Facebook which has received massive reactions from Ghanaians. A military man was spotted with a fully armed gun in the Achimota Hospital for unknown reasons. According to Elikem Kotoko, there were two fully armed military men patrolling in the Achimta Hospital. He narrated that some citizens questioned the military men of their mission in the hospital but these adamant military men chose not to talk. That was a very disturbing sight and scenario. This informed the decision of Elikem Kotoko to rhetorically quiz that what at all is Ghana turning into. Check out the reason of Ghanaians.
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