- A Ghanaian indigene resident in Italy identified as Ali Shaibu has died amid the coronavirus pandemic scare
- Ali Shaibu allegedly died after he fell sick and became bed-ridden for two weeks
- The 24-year-old Ghanaian allegedly died on April 4, 2020
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Ali Shaibu, 24, a Ghanaian indigene resident in Italy has died after being bed-ridden for weeks at an immigrant camp in the country.
YEN.com.gh gathers that the late Ghanaian immigrant travelled from Ghana to the European country to seek greener pastures to upgrade his standard of living.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, emergency workers were seen in COVID-19 PPEs to collect the remains of the deceased amid the coronavirus pandemic in Italy which has claimed thousands of lives in the country.
According to the voice over the video shared by Suleman Abass Ridwan Maiyaki, Shaibu died on April 4, 2020.
He disclosed that the young man had been sick for two weeks and they had tried to reach an ambulance, but the operators did not send a dispatch.
''This boy died this morning in Italy he is from Ghana . Please contact me in my inbox if anybody recognise him his name ALI SHAIBU,'' Ridwan Maiyak wrote on Facebook along with a photo and video.
Suleman Abass Ridwan Maiyaki narrates that Shaibu had fallen sick for two weeks and remained bed-ridden but they managed to get him drugs the night before he passed away.
The cause of Shaibu’s death, however, is not yet clear.
Meanwhile, worldometers.info reports that Italy has 124,632 confirmed coronavirus cases with over 15,000 deaths and more than 20,000 recoveries as of April 5, 2020.
According to the BBC, more than a million coronavirus cases have been registered globally, the latest figures are from Johns Hopkins University.
As reported previously, nine more cases of the coronavirus have been reported in Ghana, according to the Disease Surveillance Department of the Ghana Health Service
Six of the nine cases were recorded from the Greater Accra region and three from the Ashanti region
Out of the 214 cases, three have recovered and 18 others have been discharged and are being treated at home
In other news, notable Ghanaian television hostess and actress, Joselyn Dumas, has the internet going nuts after she shared recent photos flaunting her massive hourglass physique in her workout outfit.
And even without her usual makeup and luxury dresses, the actress captured attention in her skintight sleeveless sportswear.
The popular actress, who is known for making elaborate fashion statements on the red carpets of A-list events noted that she was kick-starting her Saturday with a routine workout session.
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