- The captain of Ghana's men's U-20 football team has narrated how he is literally 'trapped' at Copenhagen in Denmark due to COVID-19
- According to the young star named Emmanuel Toku, his club BK Fremad Amager has called off all training sessions and all the players are in self-isolation
- In an interview, the Black Satellites captain strongly advised Ghanaians to take the directives against COVID-19 seriously, having seen how the situation is in Denmark
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Emmanuel Toku, the captain of Ghana's U-20 football team, the Black Satellites, has narrated in an interview the ordeal he is going through in Denmark due to the outbreak of COVID-19.
According to the young star in a radio interview on Happy Sports, his football club has called off all training sessions and activities and the players are forced to stay home and practice self-isolation.
The Black Satellites captain says that although Copenhagen, where he stays, is not on total lockdown, the entire place is usually inactive and he is mostly just playing video games for the most part of the day.
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Watch a section of the young star's full narration in the video below:
A news report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Happyghana.com indicates that Emmanuel Toku strongly advised Ghanaians to adhere strictly to the directives being provided and stay safe.
"The situation here with so many cases recorded each day is quite scary," he said and added that he has had to stock his house with food and other items he would need to prevent the risk to go and contract the deadly disease.
Denmark is currently among the top 20 countries with the highest number of confirmed cases of COVID-19. The country has recorded 1255 cases with 9 deaths and 1 recovery as of March 20, 2020.
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In other news, a young Ghanaian lady who resigned from being a bank manager to become a housewife because of the persistent demand by her husband has narrated how the husband now calls her a financial burden for not working.
The lady sent a letter to Hitz FM's The Late Night Show, narrating the whole experience from beginning to end.
According to the sad wife who revealed everything to the host named Tima, she met the husband on campus as he lectured her during a Master's program.
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