COVID-19: Kwaw Kese jabs gov't over National Day of Fasting and Prayer

COVID-19: Kwaw Kese jabs gov't over National Day of Fasting and Prayer

- Kwaw Kese has taken a swipe at government over its measures to help curb the deadly coronavirus

- Kwaw Kese said he disagrees with government’s ‘fasting and prayer’ approach to fight the deadly virus

- Kwaw Kese's made this comment after President Nana Akufo-Addo declared Wednesday, March 25, as a National Day of Fasting and Prayer

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Controversial Ghanaian rapper, Kwese Kese says the government's 'fasting and prayer' style of fighting the deadly coronavirus is wrong.

President Nana Akufo-Addo declared Wednesday, March 25, as a National Day of Fasting and Prayer, and while millions of people were observing.

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But Kwaw Kese says fasting and prayer is not a way to deal with the current outbreak of the coronavirus.

In an Instagram video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the best approach is to use medicine and research from universities just like China did.

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"Ama Ghana is tired and pitiful. When the disease broke out in China, they didn’t call any pastor to pray. They used medicine to fight. And it’s been five days since they recorded a new case,” he said in an Instagram video.

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He disclosed that Ghanaian herbalists should be tasked to finding a solution to the problem rather than falling on pastors.

“What are we doing we Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology? There are many herbalists in Ghana but pastors were rather called to pray against the virus. It’s the same pastors who sleep with people’s wives and Legon female students.”

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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Controversial Ghanaian rapper, Kwaw Kese had been spotted protecting himself from the deadly coronavirus.

In a photo seen by YEN.com.gh, Kwaw Kese was seen at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport returning to Ghana.

He had a facemask on to avoid contracting the deadly COVID-19 virus

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