VIDEO: Partygoers run for their dear lives as police and soldiers storms nightclub in Kumasi | Police and soldiers had to storm the Basement Nightclub in Kumasi to stop ‘Cast E Choke’ party attended by thousands of young men and women.
Parties are in plenty despite the Government pleading with Ghanaians to practise social distancing to stop the spread of the deadly coronavirus.
There was confusion at The Caste E Choke party in the Basement Night Club in Kumasi as the police and military stormed the venue to enforce the directive against social gatherings by President Akufo-Addo.
Personnel from the police and military allegedly flocked the Basement Night Club to disperse the revellers who had dangerously gathered, throwing caution to the wind to enjoy themselves despite the Covid-19 restriction on social gatherings.
There’s no report of any arrests but it’s evident the party organisers failed to secure permission from the city authorities.
Sharing the footage on Instagram, Ghanaian blogger GH Hyper wrote, ”Police and soldiers storm Basement Night Club to stop massive Caste E Choke’ party; thousands flee.”
In videos, crammed-up partygoers could be seen leaving the basement with many struggling to make their way out of the place.
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