Ghanaian doctor in China releases music video concerning coronavirus

Ghanaian doctor in China releases music video concerning coronavirus

- Percy Akuetteh, a young Ghanaian doctor in China has come out with a music video concerning the coronavirus

- It is indicated that although studying medicine in school, Percy does music as a hobby

- The music video which was in Chinese reportedly spoke about the coronavirus, educating the public on what to do

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A Ghanaian doctor identified as Dr Percy Akuetteh who is a surgery PhD student in China has released a rap music video in Chinese concerning the coronavirus otherwise known as COVID-19.

According to an interview conducted on the PhD student by Myjoyonline.com, although studying medicine in school, Percy does music as a hobby.

It is indicated that the young doctor sings and raps in five different languages out of which two of them are Chinese, one of which is reportedly the most difficult language in the world.

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The music video which was in Chinese reportedly spoke about the coronavirus, educating the public on what to do and encourages the word that the virus can be fought.

According to Dr Percy Akuetteh, the video has been received with great joy by the indigenes of China as it makes them feel there are foreigners who understand their situation and share their pain.

The exact location of Percy is not fully confirmed but given it is thought that he is not in the epicentre of the disease which is Wuhan.

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In other news, it has almost become a norm for many young girls seeking stardom and many female celebrities out there to post raunchy pictures of themselves in order to gain traction on social media.

In most cases, it is thought that gaining online traction eventually translates to money as the exposure gained attracts contracts, deals and individuals who may be interested in their affairs.

While that is the case for many, there are also a good number of female Ghanaian celebrities who refrain from the 'strategy' being used by many ladies but still remain attractive and gain massive following online.

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