- An unidentified man who allegedly suffered from severe hunger fainted amid the lockdown because of the coronavirus pandemic
- A video online shows the man feebly sitting on the ground with some people attending to him
- The video has gone viral after it popped up online
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A man who allegedly suffered from severe hunger fainted amid the lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The man was allegedly knocked unconscious from hunger.
Many have been left struggling for food amid the lockdown and the man who collapsed is evidence of the brutal impact of the coronavirus lockdown.
In a video being widely circulated online, a man is seen lying on the ground with people surrounding him.
The video shows people attending to the man who was knocked unconscious from the fall.
Voices over the short clip could be heard alleging that the unidentified man had fainted due to extreme hunger.
Apparently, he had no money to buy food to eat and had been hungry for some time due to the lockdown.
Good Samaritans who attended to him after he fainted provided him with food to help him gain full strength which he had lost as a result of being severely hungry.
The man is lucky to be alive after being knocked out due to hunger.
Watch video below:
Meanwhile, worldometers.info reports that Nigeria has a total number of 343 confirmed coronavirus cases with 10 deaths and 91 recoveries as of April 14, 2020.
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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