A document stating a possible lock-down in Ghana has been leaked to the public.

The document which details the strategy to be employed by the Ghana police and other security agencies to maintain a possible lock-down was leaked into the public domain Friday the 27TH OF MARCH.

In the document titled ;”Operation order No. 03/2020 Deployment strategy for Lock down of Accra, Tema ,Kumasi and Obuasi” details how the police together with the BNI and other security services with join forces to maintain a lock-down in the above listed locations.

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Ghanaians on social media have been calling for a total lockdown of the country as a measure to fight against the Coronavirua epidemic. Others however maintain the fact that, this would rather worsen our situation since Ghana is not privileged to have the necessary amenities to support a lock-down.

The President has also come out to suggest that even though a lock-down looks eminent, he will revert to the citizens on the approach to adopt.

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In the midst of the back and forth comes this documents which reinforce the fact that a partial lockdown will be implemented soon.

The document also outlines the threats that will come as a results of the possible lock down. However, the document is not dated making it difficult to ascertain it authenticity and when it will be enforced. Celebritieshype will follow up with more details soon.

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  2. Kindly delete this post, it undermines the purpose for which the lockdown is being announced.
    Avoid wat happened in Italy where people moved from the epicenter to other parts of the country

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