COVID-19: Ghanaian prophetess goes door-to-door to feed 200 residents in lockdown

COVID-19: Ghanaian prophetess goes door-to-door to feed 200 residents in lockdown

- A Ghanaian prophetess has blessed 200 needy residents with food items to assist them during the lockdown period

- The kind prophetess is the founder and leader of the Mount Zion Believers Ministry International

- The food items were shared at Awoshie, Awoshie Market, Palace Town, CP, Gbawe, Djarman and Palace Town

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Prophetess, founder and leader of the Mount Zion Believers Ministry International has literally blessed about 200 people in lockdown with free uncooked food.

Reports reaching YEN.com.gh show that the act of generosity was carried out around Awoshie, Awoshie Market, Palace Town, CP, Gbawe, Djarman and Palace Town.

Along with her team, the woman of God provided uncooked foodstuff for the residents, mainly targeting the less privileged such as the aged, physically challenged, widows, lactating mothers as well as some who were in critical need.

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Reports indicate that each pack that was handed out to the 200 recipients contained a sachet of rice, oil, mackerel, tomato paste and spaghetti.

The manner in which the food items were distributed is rather laudable as there have been reports of residents defying social distancing protocols to scramble for food whenever it's being shared.

Since President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo directed on April 5, 2020, for relief measures to be provided for the underprivileged in the areas affected by the partial lockdown, there have been such acts of benevolence reported.

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Ghana's lockdown started on Monday, March 30, 2020, to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus in the country.

YEN.com.gh also reported that a 56-year-old Ghanaian cobbler called Opani Sarfo who could not endure the lockdown exercise because of extreme hunger broke down in tears on camera after receiving a gift of GHC1,000.

The father of five children was blessed with the gift by individuals in Virginia, USA, under the auspices of the Crime Check Foundation under the leadership of Ibrahim Oppong Kwarteng.

Opani Sarfo was spotted in his cobbler shop which was in violation of the lockdown exercise put in place by President Nana Akufo-Addo to contain the spread of COVID-19.

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