- Efo Governor, a kindhearted man policed a market for an entire day, just to warn Ghanaians about fumigation exercise that was ongoing
- According to the Efo, the gesture was his voluntary way of helping Ghana in the fight against COVID-19
- Markets were closed down to allow for fumigation exercises to be carried out in an attempt to limit the spread of the deadly novel coronavirus
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A kind gentleman who appears to be in his thirties by name Efo Governor dedicated his entire day and life at a market place to warn ignorant Ghanaians against fumigation exercise.
According to Efo Governor, he made his way to the marketplace as early as five in the morning to play his part in the fight against COVID-19 as a responsible citizen.
Efo Governor mentioned in an interview with YEN.com.gh that nobody had assigned him to do the rather important duty, but he chose to do so in an attempt to save the lives of many Ghanaians even if his own is at risk.
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Watch a video of Efo Governor explaining his profound voluntary duty below:
The kindhearted Ghanaian man mentioned that he has seen several reports of how the likes of Italy and China which are more developed countries than Africa battle with the deadly COVID-19.
Efo Governor asserts it beats his imagination that some Ghanaians choose to approach the entire fight against COVID-19 with lax, jokes and reluctancy.
In conclusion, Efo Governor expressed his profound displeasure at the fact that the responsible stakeholders have not been doing much to combat the deadly coronavirus.
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He was, however, quick to add that he was highly impressed by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo's latest moves to close borders and restrict movements by banning social gatherings.
It would be recalled that the Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, Hajia Alima Mahama, confirmed that some markets in the Greater Accra Region would be closed from Monday, March 23, 2020 for fumigation exercises to be carried out.
In other news, a health expert has indicated 12 major steps in sanitizing the hand effectively in these extraordinary times of the COVID-19 pandemic
The steps range from dipping the tips of the finger into the sanitizer all the way to rubbing the wrists very well. Ghanaians have been reacting massively to the video that hit social media recently
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