UK-based Ghanaian gospel artist, philanthropist, author, and television presenter Sonnie Badu, has descended on security personnel taking advantage of President Nana Akufo-Addo’s lockdown directive to abuse civilians.
Due to increasing positive-cases of coronavirus, President Akufo-Addo ordered the lockdown as part of moves to limit the spread of coronavirus in Ghana.
the gospel act assertions comes after a young man was caught filming military operations in Kasoa, a situation which did not sit well with the officers during the lockdown hours.
The angry officers, while arresting the young man, took him through some tough drills, an act Sonnie Badu considered as bullying.
In his latest Instagram post, after watching videos of soldiers molesting civilians in other parts of the lockdown zones, the gospel musician urged them to exercise wisdom and patience.
According to him, soldiers should not use this as an opportunity to bully and toss human beings around.
He urged them to take precautions of the Covid-19 illness because it is no respecter of uniform.
His caption read:
Also remember, there are mobile phones around that could make you trend in a bad way … And oh, pls practice social distancing amongst each other because you are not above the law and clearly this virus is not a respecter of uniform … question, what if that man you are holding has it?