Screenshot: Drama as military man disciplines two young boys with slaps.
By Jaradmoxley | self meida writer
Published 6 days ago - 0 views
A military man has been caught on camera, discipling two young handsome guys. Today around 11:47am two boys met their faith and this is something they would regret for the rest of their lives. The picture below depicts a military man asking two boys to slap themselves, this is as a result of not putting on a noise mask in public. Youth of today are arrogant and this is leading to the uproar of covid-19 cases among them. In Ghana the youth are victims of covid-19 and this behavior by the military man is the best we could hope for.
The military should be allowed to discipline the youth and this would lead to respect among Ghanaian's. The rise of covid-19 cases in the country is affecting our lives, if these youth affected by the pandemic did put on mask and protect themselves. They wouldn't have been victims of the deadly disease, this drama being displayed by the gentleman above should be encouraged. If the military are allowed to operate like the police the country would be a better place to live.
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