Ghanaian female musician, Mzbel has jabbed President Akufo-Addo and his government for their inability to provide uninterrupted electricity and water to Ghanaians in this period of the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus.
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Mzbel says President Akufo-Addo needs to provide uninterrupted water and power supply to help Ghanaians to help them fight the deadly coronavirus.
According to Mzbel, in this period where people need to wash their hands regularly to avoid contracting the coronavirus, how do they do that when it appears water rationing has started and most people do not have water.
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In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, she also added that since the president wants people to stay at home and avoid public gathering or undergo self-quarantine, how do they do that if they do not have electricity and water.
Mzbel said she has not seen water running through her pipes for some time now and all attempts by her to buy some have also proven futile.
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According to the World Health Organisation, regular washing of hands, avoid touching one's face and social distancing are some basic ways to prevent being infected by the disease.
On March 12, 2020, Ghana confirmed two cases of the virus.
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Following this development, the government imposed a four-week ban on public gatherings including churches, mosques and all entertainment events.
Currently, the country has confirmed 24 cases with one death recorded.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghanaian Dancehall King Shatta Wale had successfully distributed 1,000 hand sanitisers to his fans as the country battles the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus.
This kind gesture, according to Shatta Wale, is to help his fans fight the disease which has been declared a global pandemic.
In a Twitter post sighted by YEN.com.gh Shatta Wale said in difficult times like these, he needs to be there for his fans who made him who he is today.
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