- A 23-year-old lady identified as Mboora Martha Ayamga is appealing for accommodation for a female friend
- Martha Ayamga claimed her friend, Leticia, was sacked by a couple after she returned to the house following the two weeks lockdown
- Leticia allegedly spent the two weeks in the house of a friend before returning home
- Martha Ayamga claims that Leticia is now homeless
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Mboora Martha Ayamga, a 23-years-old lady from Bolgatanga in the Upper East Region has appealed for help to get accommodation for a female friend who was sacked by a couple amid the lockdown.
According to Ayamga, her friend simply identified as Leticia, used to live with a couple at Dome, a suburb of Accra, prior to the lockdown.
She tells YEN.com.gh that she was asked to leave the house by the couple after she returned home following the two-week lockdown period.
Leticia allegedly spent the two weeks in the house of a friend before returning home.
Martha Ayamga, who works together with Leticia at Marwako disclosed that their current situation is deplorable because they share a single room together with a male colleague.
''Please, help a Lady. I know her for a year now, we have been working together at marwako fast food. She stays with a couple all this while but was asked to leave their house,'' Martha Ayamga said.
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She claimed her employers asked them to stay at home after President Akufo-Addo announced the partial lockdown but Leticia moved to stay with a friend during the two weeks period to give the couple space.
''Upon returning to the couple house today that they ask her to leave. They said she might have corona so she shouldn't enter their house.''
Martha Ayamga said her friend has become homeless and needs help to cope in these difficult times.
She said she’s been compelled to take her friend in for the meantime but they cannot share the same single room together with her male colleague.
''If anyone can help either with a room or money so she can rent please,'' Martha Ayamga appealed to benevolent Ghanaians to help.
In other news, the Ministry of Information as of Monday, April 13, 2020, reported that Ghana has a total number of 566 confirmed coronavirus cases.
President Nana Akufo-Addo also announced an extension of the lockdown and ban on all public and social gatherings following the increase in cases.
So far, 10 out of 16 regions in Ghana have confirmed cases with the capital city, Accra, leading with 452 cases.
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