COVID-19: See breath-taking photos of Accra during lockdown

COVID-19: See breath-taking photos of Accra during lockdown

The deadly coronavirus otherwise known as the COVID-19 has caused a lot businesses and economies to run down and caused the death of many individuals.

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It is important to note how this same virus, to some extent made Accra one of the clean cities since the lockdown was announced by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.

Most areas that are always bustling with human and vehicular traffic were as calm as still waters and interestingly quiet and clean. has compiled some photos shot by Douglas Anane Frimpong during the lockdown. These photos are alluring and breathtakingly beautiful.

During the Easter festivities, his drone shot of this area depicts the cross on which Jesus died. The few cars on the streets tell how well people decided to adhere to the directive to stay at home.

This aerial photo captured of the Ridge roundabout shows how traffic-free a typically choked area looks in the rush hours of the evening.

The empty streets at the Mallam Market in Accra looks absolutely beautiful and interestingly neat.

The famous Villagio heights roads, which is predominantly one of the hot spots for traffic congestion looks totally free of human and vehicular movements.

The photograph above and below tells how human and vehicular activities reduced to the barest minimum when the lockdown was enforced.

However, well-known photographer, Emmanuel Bobie took to the streets of Accra to record a video. It was evident how clean and less choked that part of the city was during the lockdown

This image captured by an unknown photographer also shows how clean Nkrumah circle looks

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In other news, some Muslims are calling on the government to consider opening up the mosques during the last 10 days of Ramadan so that they can congregate for prayers.

They stated that the last 10 days of the fasting month was very crucial and significant in the Muslim tradition hence, cannot be cancelled.

Their plea comes after President Nana Akufo-Addo reiterated the continuation of the ban on all public gatherings including funerals, festivals, mosque gatherings and church activities, as part of measures to stop the spread of novel coronavirus across in the country.

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