- A young boy whose name has not been disclosed was spotted in a rather funny video at school
- The young boy was sighted stranded and alone at the school, visibly surprised by the extent of emptiness in the school
- This comes on the back of Nana Addo's declaration for schools to be closed until further notice due to the coronavirus pandemic
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A young boy who appears to be a basic school student in Ghana has been captured in a video arriving alone at school after schools were suspended by Ghana's president.
It would be recalled how YEN.com.gh earlier reported that President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo in a Facebook live video announced that all public and private schools including universities to be suspended from March 16, 2020, for the next four weeks.
Reports indicate that the only people allowed to go to school are the final year students who are preparing to write their external examinations as their number is not enough to overcrowd the schools.
Watch the video of the young boy below:
Although it is not fully confirmed whether the young boy captured in the video was in the category of a final year student, the video of him looking lost and stranded seems to have given him away that he went out of ignorance.
On a normal Monday morning, the young boy who is going for classes would appear a bit more vibrant and active than the young boy was seen acting in the video.
It is thought that he arrived at the school expecting everyone to be around and was highly disappointed at how empty the school was on such a serious Monday morning.
In other news, there is optimism that something good is about to come from Senegal, Africa in relation to coronavirus which is threatening the world and currently recognised as a pandemic.
This is because innovators from the African country are now assisting the United Kingdom with the creation of the fastest testing kits that could detect the virus in an individual within 10 minutes.
The world is held in surprise at the way the virus keeps spreading with reported cases now above 120,000.
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