President Akufo-Addo on March 15, 2020, announced some bold directives as part of measures to stop the spread of coronavirus in the country.
The President placed a ban on church-related activities, mosques prayers, and all other public gatherings including entertainment events, conferences, workshops, funerals, political rallies, sporting events for the next four weeks.
The sudden increase with regards to the number of recorded and confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Ghana and around the world have impelled several musicians and event organizers to cancel their shows.
However, some church leaders and event organizers have resorted to streaming live their services and shows on social media to interact and keep their audiences active throughout the four weeks ban.
Ghanaian artiste Shatta Wale on Facebook has announced his upcoming show dubbed ‘FAITH CONCERT‘.
The concert which is to keep the FAITH of his fanatics in these challenging times as humanity is faced with extinction will be live on his YOUTUBE channel and other social media platforms.
The date for the Faith Concert is yet to be announced.
A concert to my fans around the globe Live on YOUTUBE to KEEP THE FAITH in these challenging times as humanity is faced with its extinction.
Believing that God will take us through this trying phase and knowing that we all count and can make an effort to stay safe as these daunting hours pass by.
“FAITH CONCERT” will be transmitted live through all our social media handles. Dates will be announced soon.
KEEP THE FAITH IN GOD ALIVE. Be safe.
Love you all
Covid-19 in Ghana
Ghana over the last eight (8) days has recorded nine (9) confirmed Covid-19 cases within its shores. Nearly 400 contact tracing persons have also been identified and are being monitored by health officials.
The President has also issued executive orders that has resulted in the closure of all schools in the country and churches for the next four (4) weeks as well as a ban on public gatherings in the country for the next four weeks.
The country’s borders and ports of entry have also introduced tightened control regimes to prevent imported cases in the country.