- Individuals from other countries in and out of Africa have taken to Twitter to rant on why their countries do not implement rapid activities against COVID-19 like Ghana
- Comments sighted came from Namibians, Kenya, South Africans, Nigerians, and the British among others
- This comes on the back of a massive fumigation exercise that was carried out in major markets in Ghana's capital city
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A great number of Twitter users from countries other than Ghana have exploded with comments that suggest they wish to be in Ghana following the country's rapid response to battle COVID-19.
YEN.com.gh sighted posts by users from the United Kingdom, Kenya, South Africa, Nigeria, Namibia among others who commended Ghana massively and wondered why their governments were not battling COVID-19 the same way.
This comes right on the back of a fumigation exercise that was carried out in most of the major markets in Ghana's capital Accra and their environs on March 23, 2020.
Photos and videos of the fumigation exercise that was carried out surfaced on Twitter and stirred the massive reactions online.
1. A lady called 1ce-Queen from Namibia wished her country did same:
2. Nkky Eke from Nigeria shared similar sentiments
3. Mikey Jarell from the United Kingdom bitterly complained why his nation was not doing same
4. A South African lady told all the story with an emoji
5. Noreen Mcdall from Kenya asked her countrymen to see what was going on in Ghana
A report gathered by Cambridge.org, indicates that the disease was introduced into the then Gold Coast by shipping along the Southern Coast and overland across the Northern Frontier.
The influenza epidemic killed 100,000 or more people in less than six months and was almost certainly the worst short-term demographic disaster in the history of Ghana.
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