Video: Revellers 'chill' hard in video as they ignore coronavirus protocols after ease of restrictions

Video: Revellers 'chill' hard in video as they ignore coronavirus protocols after ease of restrictions

Some revellers have been filmed amid loud Ghanaian hip-hop music as they party hard at Osu, the epicenter of Accra’s nightlife with disregard for coronavirus safety protocols.

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The revellers stormed parts of Accra in celebration of the easing of coronavirus restrictions imposed on the country in march 2020.

In a recent video being widely circulated on social media, tens and hundreds of people were filmed as they thronged their favourite joints in Osu to mark the removal of the ban on pubs.

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Video of people chilling hard with disregard for protocols after ease of coronavirus restrictions pops up

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In spite of the raging coronavirus pandemic which continues to plague nations around the world, the revellers were filmed having fun without any regard for the COVID-19 safety protocols.

Most of the people captured in the video shot on Friday night had no face masks and did not observe proper social distancing while having a good time.

This comes not long after president Nana Akufo-Addo’s address to the nation on measures taken by his government to prevent the spread of the dreaded coronavirus.

President Akufo-Addo delivered his 14th address upon resuming work after his 14-day self-isolation.

The president directed drinking bars and tourist sites can now operate amidst the coronavirus scare.

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Some Ghanaians are already making the most of the easing of restrictions.

Meanwhile, president Akufo-Addo also announced all commercial vehicles and domestic planes can now take the full seating capacity.

Religious bodies can also worship in a larger group but for only two hours.

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Yaa Jackson has been dishing out stunning frames as she flaunts her curves and flawless dark skin online.

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