Meet the Ghanaian officer who is said to be the strongest soldier in Ghana, in his simple but energetic moves as he was spotted wearing his uniform in a video circulating on social media.
One will move back after watching the video of this Ghanaian strongest soldier who is well built in muscles holding gun and walking in the bush, as if he was attacking his enemies in a war.
His name was given as Raymond Kwaku. In fact, Ghanaians are proud to have him recognized in our country. In the viral video trending on social media, the well built muscle soldier was spotted with gun walking in the bush and some of his training moments are also in the video. No wonder he has been classified as West Africa's strongest soldier.
After watching the video, you would wish that, you were an Army Officer to have him for a friend who will be by your side every time.
Below are some of his photos, sit back and glance through.
What will say about this well built soldier man, To my suggestion people like this should be recruited in the army instead of those small muscle who can even lift a stone from the group. You also leave your opinion below.
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