- A social media aide to President Buhari, Lauretta Onochie, has praised late Ghanaian leader Jerry Rawlings, for his discipline
- Onochie noted that indiscipline was a problem in Africa and Rawlings stood against it even in his old age
- Rawlings, a former military and democratic ruler in Ghana, died on Thursday, November 12
Presidential aide, Lauretta Onochie, has shared an inspiring video of a former president of Ghana, Jerry Rawlings, controlling highway traffic in the West African country.
In the video shared by Onochie, an aide to President Muhammadu Buhari on social media, the late leader was seen directing cars at traffic gridlock.
Onochie accompanied the view with a comment saluting late Rawlings for fighting indiscipline even in his old age.
The presidential aide noted that indiscipline is a major problem on the African continent.
Just days ago, Onochie mourned Rawlings, saying Africa has lost a great son.
Legit.ng gathered that the video was shot sometime in 2019 at Prampram in Ghana, according to Facts About Africa which tweeted the same video days earlier from its handle @OnlyfactsAfrica.
Rawlings' death has shocked many people across the world. Days after his death was announced, several people are still speaking of the military man-turned-democrat.
In Nigeria, tributes are still pouring in for the late African ruler from all those who either knew him or heard of his contributions to Ghana's development as a nation.
A former federal lawmaker representing Bayelsa East Senatorial District, Ben Murray-Bruce, released a personal video on Saturday eulogizing late Rawlings.
He was said to have been on admission at the hospital for about a week before passing on in the early hours of Thursday, November 12, 2020.
The former president was aged 73.
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