Ghana has record 566 confirmed coronavirus disease, 8 deaths and 4 recoveries.
The president has registered an additional fourteen days on the ban of social gathering as he embarks on preventive measures taken against the spread of the novel pandemic.
The police recently have divulged how strict they are going to enforce this directive at the second face whiles they arrest floaters.
Lydia Forson, a Ghanaian actress and a philanthropist has registered a concern on social media after commentators have asked the security service to bully anyone who floats the presidential directives.
According to her, to enforce a law, you don’t need to abuse people. Lydia in his registration has stated that, giving people that power is a line when crossed, will come back to you.
I’ve seen so many people in my comments suggesting that people should be beaten etc to get them to stay home.
You don’t need to abuse people to enforce the law, if you do then there’s something wrong.
Giving people that power is a line when crossed will come back to you.
— Miss Forson (@lydiaforson) April 13, 2020