Ghanaian Rapper Kwesi Arthur is putting his security in front of money making as the world fights the lethal Coronavirus (covid-19) pandemic.
The rapper, who is right now secured down his home, as a great many people, says remaining safe is significant now than pursuing cash.
In a Skype meet with Anita Akua Akuffo on Covid-19 360 on TV3, the rapper said the pandemic has influenced the majority of his arrangements.
“I should go for certain celebrations and a few occasions but since of this I was unable to go; that is missing out on cash and stuff yet I would prefer to remain safe than bring in cash,” he said.
The ‘No one’ hit vocalist uncovered that he has been inside for the recent weeks.
“It’s been quiet. Staying, attempting to remain inside as conceivable [and] washing my hands however much as could reasonably be expected… ,” Kwesi Arthur said.
Utilizing his online life stages, the rapper noticed that, he has been asking his fans to remain safe and cling to severe clean works on, including continually washing their hands.
Kwesi Arthur, who is out with another tune, ‘Turn On The Lights’, likewise utilized the meeting to teach his fans and Ghanaians in his local Fante language.
The Metropolitan Archbishop of the Cape Coast Diocese of the Roman Catholic Church, Most Rev. Charles Palmer-Buckle, has encouraged Christians to turn out to be better Christians post Coronavirus.
The Archbishop made this approach Citi TV’s Point of View with Bernard Avle on Monday, April 13, 2020.
“I accept that gratitude to the coronavirus and its limitations, in the event that we go to a more profound comprehension of revering in soul and in truth [as recommended by the Bible], from that point, we ought to be better Christians. We ought to be better people figuring out how to cherish, figuring out how to share, figuring out how to excuse, figuring out how to be completely forthright, figuring out how to be honest, figuring out how to be co-mindful. I accept this Coronavirus, over the long haul, will transform into a more prominent gift for you and for me,” he said.
The Archbishop further asked families to set aside some effort to bond together during the lockdown as Jesus Christ did with His devotees.
“For the first time ever, we are constrained to live respectively as a family. So let us make it home not a house. Let us make it a family with the goal that we can associate. This is the time I accept the dinner at home can turn into the last dinner and feast of light… Let the family presently become a residential church where guardians and their youngsters ask together, where guardians and their kids sit at a table and eat together, where guardians and their kids serve each other as Jesus served them, where guardians and their kids go into the sacred writings and offer the word together, where guardians and their kids figure out how to excuse each other on the grounds that Jesus pardoned us.”
Over the globe, schools have been compelled to shut down while physical strict and common social affairs have been prohibited as a major aspect of endeavors to stop the spread.
A significant occasion on the Christian schedule, Easter, has just because been set apart without Christians congregating for administrations in Church because of the infection.
Restriction on open get-togethers
In Ghana, President Nana Akufo-Addo expanded the underlying one-month restriction on open get-togethers including strict exercises and burial services by an extra fourteen days in an offer to check the further spread of COVID-19 which has contaminated over a million people around the world.
The augmentation came into full power after he marked the Executive Instrument to offer impact to the new measure.
He likewise reported a fractional lockdown of the Greater Accra and Greater Kumasi Metropolitan Areas.
Ghana’s affirmed instances of COVID-19
Ghana has 566 instances of COVID-19 with eight passings and four recuperations.
So far ten out of 16 areas have recorded COVID-19 cases.
17 people who have gotten the coronavirus ailment in Ghana have recouped and are progressing admirably, Director General of the Ghana Health Service, Dr. Patrick Aboagye has told Ghanaians in a presser held today at the Information Ministry.
66 people as indicated by him have additionally tried antagonistic after first testing and are anticipating their subsequent test to affirm absolute fix from the infection.
Ghana as of April 14, 2020, has recorded 566 instances of the coronavirus pandemic with 8 passings.
Dr. Aboagye stated, “The meaning of recuperated is the individuals who are sure and have recorded two continuous negatives and that is the point at which we can guarantee that you are restored. Right now, we have 83 individuals in that class a critical number have tried for the main negative, yet we have 17 who have recorded twofold negatives.”
A few people contaminated by the coronavirus are stowing away in their homes and are set to spread the ailment further to arrive at 5,000. These are the expressions of Apostle Chris-levite Dziwornu, President of Workers Prayer Alliance (a Christian Missionary gathering) in a meeting with Top FM News.
Witness Chris-levite Dziwornu has said that Ghana’s Coronavirus or COVID 19 cases will hit 5000 as per a disclosure he had from God if adherence isn’t given in like manner.
The Man of God addressing Maame Yaa Boakye stated, the most noticeably awful of situations yet to happen are results from contaminated yet concealing patients of the viral sickness.
In any case, as God uncovers to reclaim, he said “I found in a dream that, the President and the Clergy met in an open space to copy incense to the Lord, asking with Psalm 91 with broken and penitent heart asking God for absolution.
In a prior meeting, the righteous man connected the illness to the discontinuance of the national petition and thanksgiving administration which was presented during the recent organization of the late President Evans Fiifi Atta Mills.
Witness Dziwornu said Ghana could have been saved from this viral assault if the pledge with God according to the national petition and thanksgiving administration had not been broken.
The reason for the national supplication and thanksgiving administration, as per Apostle Dziwornu is to satisfy incredible things in the life of the Nation – Ghana to build up His demonstrates to the Nation”.
The malady he said will evaporate when all said and uncovered is finished.
Ghana as of April 14, 2020, has recorded 566 cases the COVID 19 with 17 recuperations and 8 passings.
Executive General of the Ghana Health Service, Dr. Patrick Aboagye affirmed at a presser.
Eminent TV supporter, Gifty Anti, has joined calls for President Nana Akufo-Addo to report an all out lockdown of the nation to forestall additionally spread of Covid-19.
Ghana’s coronavirus case consider remains at 566 of Sunday, April 12, 2020.
The President has expanded the limitations on development forced on Kasoa, Greater Accra and Ashanti Regions by an extra week while the prohibition on parties has likewise been stretched out by an extra fourteen days.
Be that as it may, the veteran supporter accepts the President must do considerably more.
Numerous different Ghanaians have made a comparative call.
In a Facebook post on Sunday, April 12, 2020, the TV supporter approached President Akufo-Addo to quit spoiling Ghanaians and force an all out lockdown rather than the incomplete one.
“Dear People of God, I think along these same lines, I am constrained to join those calling for all out lockdown. What? What’s going on with us? My kin, when I got to the UK on tenth March 2020, there were 16 passings. As of the time I was leaving on 22nd March 2020, the all out number of passings was near 2,000. 2,000 coronavirus-related passings, in under about fourteen days. Starting today, complete passings, due to coronavirus in the UK is around 10,000. All since they didn’t tune in, similarly as Ghanaians are not LISTENING!!! Mr President, we can no longer work together of course. I think you are over spoiling us, Mr President. We will be similar individuals to fault and blame you if this infection asserts more lives. It would be ideal if you something needs to change and promptly too!!!”
Watford forward Danny Welbeck has given a £10,000 alleviation bundle to the occupants of his mom’s old neighborhood in Ghana as the coronavirus pandemic keeps on affecting the worldwide economy.
The alleviation bundle dispersed to occupants of Nkawiepanin in the Atwima Nwabiagya region of the west African country incorporates nourishment, sterile things and sanitizers.
Individual defensive gear (PPE) was additionally given to the specialists and attendants in Nkawie Government Hospital in the Ashanti area.
As of Sunday, Ghana has recorded 566 instances of Covid-19 – the most in West Africa – while the administration has expanded its fractional lockdown in some significant urban communities by seven days.
The gift was made face to face by Welbeck’s auntie, Charlotte Adwoa Tumutuom, who talked about the 29-year-old’s adoration for Ghana.
“Danny has been worried about how his kin would endure these difficult occasions,” Tumutuom disclosed to Ghanaian news site Pulse. “In spite of the fact that he has never lived here, he has an extraordinary fondness for the individuals of Ghana, so he felt it judicious to offer some assistance in the little way that he can to help the administration’s endeavors during circumstances such as the present.”
The England universal who was destined to Ghanaian guardians in London, and last visited the West African nation in 2017 to see his more distant family and a school he financed in the Ashanti district.
Welbeck was qualified to play for the Black Stars before he made his England debut in an agreeable installation against Ghana at Wembley in 2011.
The previous Manchester United and Arsenal forward has played 42 games for the Three Lions, scoring 16 objectives.
He is the most recent Premier League footballer to make gifts so as to battle coronavirus, regardless of players having recently been condemned for an apparent absence of exertion in the midst of the pandemic which has murdered in excess of 10,000 individuals in Britain and has closed down football in the nation inconclusively.