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A private legal practitioner and a human rights activist, Nana Yaw Osei has given legal education on the partial lockdown imposed by the president of the Republic of Ghana, H.E. Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo.
The lawyer cautioned security men to be diligent in their operation and patrols and avoid mistreating people.
He contributed to the ongoing discussions about the lockdown on his Facebook page.
Even though it is a lockdown, it allows for basic and essential services to be accessed. Food sellers of any kind can still be in business. Buyers are therefore free to move to the market or wherever to buy the food of their choice.
Electricity and water people will still work, u can buy ur power at any time.
Banks will do normal operations so don’t engage in any panic withdrawals!
The judiciary is exempt so if u have a case in court make sure u attend.
Commercial vehicles including taxis, Ubers, and trotros can still ply our routes so long as they adhere to social distancing directives.
It’s not a curfew. Let no security man mistreat any civilian based on his own interpretations of the presidential address last night.
The solution to you not contracting the virus lies squarely in your bossom!
Sanitize REGULARLY, wash your hands with soap under running water, don’t touch your face with hands and observes all the other protocols.
What do you make of this?