Coronavirus: Rev. Obofour feeds the poor and needy to help them survive lockdown

Coronavirus: Rev. Obofour feeds the poor and needy to help them survive lockdown

- Reverend Obofour has recently provided some food items to the poor and needy amid the partial lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic

- Leader and founder of the Anointed Palace Chapel is embarking on this admirable gesture to help in the fight against the COVID-19

- Videos of his yet to be distributed items have been shared online

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The leader and founder of the Anointed Palace Chapel, Reverend Obofour, has been providing some food, drinks and other health item to the needy.

The admirable gesture comes in the wake of the novel coronavirus plaguing the world which has also necessitated a partial lockdown in some major cities in Ghana.

The man of God together with his team are distributing food, bottled water, and assorted drinks to the poor amidst the lockdown.

Rev, Obofour is undertaking this pleasant gesture in support of the fight against the COVID-19.

This remarkable effort by the man of God affirms that we are in difficult times and it has become necessary that those who have more, step forward to help.

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Rev. Obofour joined the collective responsibility to stand with the poor and the needy in society.

His wife, Bofowaa Ciara, shared images of the admirable gesture while the team of young people placed food items into pickups.

''That is so nice of them. Since they can’t help cure the coronavirus, they have intended to instead help the poor by donating to them,'' Bofowaa Ciara captioned her post.

''Our relief team, headed by my husband are also sharing foodstuffs and other essentials to the needy to aid them during the two weeks lockdown. These stuffs are going to Accra, Kumasi and it’s metropolis. We are solidly praying with you all for a better GHANA,'' she added.

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Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that 31 out of the previously 152 confirmed cases had recovered and discharged from the hospital.

Also, the Ghana Health Service confirmed that another COVID-19 patient had recovered from the disease.

Some parts of Accra, Kasoa, and Kumasi are observing a lockdown for two weeks which was imposed by President Akufo-Addo.

In other news, a video surfaced of some nurses reported to be workers at a New York health facility praying.

The footage shows the nurses on their knees while praying to seek God's intervention against the dreaded coronavirus.

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