An Abochie man is currently in hot waters after he was caught selling “Alata” soap to people as black magic medicine in Accra.

From the video, he was arrested and handcuffed by a military officer who realized that the ‘medicine’ the young man was selling is not medicine but “Alata” soap.

The military man asked him to speak the truth else he’ll take him to the military barracks and put him in the guard room.

According to the Abochie who hails from Benin, it is not soap as they claim but rather a charm medicine.

All his attempts to explain himself to convince the people were fruitless.

He tasted the charm medicine to prove to them that it was not “Alata” soap.

Watch the video below;

Far from that, the Director of Ghana Health Service, Dr. Patrick Kumah Aboagye has advised the general public to get vaccinated.

He explained that persons who refused to get vaccinated will be restricted from enjoying some rights.

Dr. Kumah speaking during a conference meeting at the Information Ministry said very soon operators of restaurants, beaches, schools, churches and organizers of other events will request proof of vaccination before allowing entry.

The Covid-19 vaccination exercise is currently ongoing in various parts of the country. The exercise is to help halt the spread of the global pandemic Covid-19.