COVID-19: Kwaw Kese fights against coronavirus in new photo

COVID-19: Kwaw Kese fights against coronavirus in new photo

- Controversial Ghanaian rapper, Kwaw Kese has been spotted protecting himself from the deadly coronavirus

- In a photo seen by, Kwaw Kese was seen at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport returning to Ghana

- He had a facemask on to avoid contracting the deadly COVID-19 virus

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Following the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus which has been declared a global pandemic, award-winning rapper Kwaw Kese has been spotted at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport fully protected against the virus while returning to Ghana.

In a photo sighted by, Kwaw Kese was at the airport in the US while wearing a facemask to avoid contracting the deadly COVID-19 virus.

Kwaw Kese was in the US for a show and since he was done with the event, he needed to return to his motherland.

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Kwaw Kese is expected to be back in Ghana in a few day

The coronavirus (COVID-19) has currently been declared as a global pandemic that is spreading rapidly around the world.

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On March 12, Ghana confirmed two cases of the virus.

But on March 15, four other cases were confirmed to bring the number to a total of six cases recorded in Ghana so far.

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According to Stoneybwoy, the decision to cancel the concert was arrived at after a directive was given that all gatherings of 500 people or higher be banned in New York City.

In a post sighted by, Stonebwoy's management team made this announcement today, March 13, stating that due to the impact and continued spread of the coronavirus, they had to call off the show which was expected to take place today.

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