- Prophet Oduro has said in a video that God will judge telcos in Ghana for charging Ghanaians during the lockdown
- According to the leader of the Alabaster International Ministry, many people are being kind but the telcos have decided not to reach out
- Some parts of Ghana have been put on partial lockdown since March 30, to help contain the spread of COVID-19 in the country
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Prophet Kofi Oduro of the Alabaster International Ministry has critcised the telecommunication networks in Ghana for charging customers for data in these hard times.
The controversial prophet made the statement in what appears to be one of his online services in a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram.
According to the renowned Ghanaian prophet, many people are being kind to others during these global crises of the coronavirus pandemic except for the telecommunication networks.
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Watch the video below:
Prophet Kofi Oduro categorically mentioned that within the two weeks of the lockdown, the networks in Ghana should have declared that data would be free for all.
This was when the prophet went a step further to add that God will surely judge the telcos for being so callous to Ghanaians when everyone else is exhibiting kindness.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo declared a 14-day partial lockdown which started on Monday, March 30, 2020, to help contain the spread of the coronavirus pandemic in Ghana.
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This has put many people who live from hand to mouth at a great disadvantage because they are unable to work for their daily wages.
In other news, a young Ghanaian man has come out with an invention to help combat the coronavirus pandemic through effective hand-washing - an automatic device fitted to a tap.
The invention was recorded in a live demonstration that was sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Facebook handle of JoyNews.
This particular invention employs a low-voltage device that can be fitted on any kind of bucket or container and allows water to flow on its own once a hand is put under the tap.
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