According to TV3 Ghana, immediately their journalist and some minority members on the Health Commitee arrived at the Afari Military Hospital, there were armed Military men deployed to disrupt their activities. All their filming, live facebook telecast, reportage and interviews had to end without conclusion.
In a video sighted on TV3's official website, some military men in civilian shirts were seen sacking the Journalist and minority health Commitee members.
As to where those military men got their orders still remains a mystery. Nobody knows who gave them that instructions.
The state of the 500 beds capacity Afari Military Hospital is still unknown. Somewhere last month, Onua TV's Captain Smart came out that the facility is wearing and dying in the bush. The Health Ministry organized a live press conference at the Afari Military Hospital to dispute Captain Smart's claim.
As to what activity TV3 and other Media houses were there to cover, we cannot tell. In all, they were stopped. Military presence at the Afari Military Hospital is no news though. This is because the facility belongs to them.
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