Video which shows some people believe lockdown may be extended again pops up

Video which shows some people believe lockdown may be extended again pops up

- A video which creates the impression that the partial lockdown instituted in Ghana due to the COVID-19 would be extended has surfaced online

- In the video, ace musician, Seth Frimpong, is seen singing his hit song, This Is Just The Beginning, only to be followed by a sobbing man

- President Akufo-Addo announced a one-week extension of the partial lockdown on Thursday, April 9, 2020

Our Manifesto: This is what believes in is in possession of a video that appears to be compilations of different aspects but depicting a clear message.

A message in the video shows it was directed to those who were convinced the 2-week lockdown was coming to an end.

The message called on such people to listen to the song which was playing in the background as if to say they need to change their mindset.

READ ALSO: Coronavirus kills former Hearts of Oak captain in the USA

The song was a popular Gospel tune released by ace Ghanaian musician, Seth Frimpong, and titled, ‘This Is Just the Beginning’.

It played for a few minutes and later gave way to a man wearing a suit, seated on a chair and silently sobbing.

The impression created was that there is a likelihood of another extension of the partial lockdown as a result of the outbreak of the coronavirus.

The president, Akufo-Addo, on Thursday, April 9, 2020, revealed that the government has extended the lockdown in a bid to contain the spread of the coronavirus.

He added that the country’s borders would remain closed and aside from the previous packages, Ghanaians would now enjoy subsidized electricity tariffs.

According to him, the poor and vulnerable in the country would pay nothing for electricity from April to June 2020.

Residential and commercial users would, however, pay 50% of the cost of electricity.

Meanwhile, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has announced that Ghana's COVID-19 case count has jumped from 313 to 378.

According to him, the additional cases recorded were from the samples collected and tested from the contacts traced.

The president reiterated that 14,611 contacts of samples collected were sent to the laboratory for testing.

READ ALSO: Counsellor Lutterodt spends time at cemetery to pray against COVID-19 (Video)

Enjoyed reading our story? Download YEN's news app on Google Playstore now and stay up-to-date with major Ghana news!

Coronavirus in Ghana: Disinfection of Accra Markets against COVID-19 | #Yencomgh

Subscribe to watch new videos

Do you have a hot story or scandal you would like us to publish on Please contact us on Facebook or Instagram now!


Online view pixel