Just In: Popular media personality Naa Ashorkor tests positive for COVID-19

Just In: Popular media personality Naa Ashorkor tests positive for COVID-19

- Naa Ashorkor has announced that she has contracted COVID-19

- The popular on-air and on-screen superstar said she took a test on Thursday after feeling uneasy

- Naa Ashorkor joins a list of high-level celebrities in Ghana including Jordan Ayew and Caleb Ekuban who have also tested positive for the virus

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Actress and radio show host, Naa Ashorkor has tested positive for the global pandemic, coronavirus.

The media personality took to her official Instagram account to make the announcement.

Just In: Popular media personality Naa Ashorkor tests positive for COVID-19

Naa Ashorkor. Source: Instagram
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After posting a photo of herself, Naa Ashorkor wrote:

"Hello Family,

After not feeling "like myself", on Thursday night, I did a Covid test and it came out positive. I am feeling okay, following my doctor's instructions, and currently self-isolating at home. The virus is real. It is still out there. Don't forget all the safety protocols. Wear your mask at all times. Wash your hands with soap under running water. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitiser . Stay safe. Covid is still out there."

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After making the post, many fans and followers of the media personality took to the comment section to wish her well.

Meanwhile, A Ghanaian lady known as Yaa Baby Oparebea Asare, has opened up about the treatment meted out to her in Saudi Arabia where she went to work as a house help.

Yaa travelled to work as a house help in Saudi Arabia and some other countries in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), recounted how she was made to overwork.

Speaking in an interview on Joy FM’s Super Morning Show, and monitored by YEN.com.gh, Yaa indicated that she lived in a deplorable condition during her stay in Saudi Arabia.

According to her, the ordeal started as a result of some financial difficulties and other family problems that life threw at her.

In a bid to better her financial fortunes, Yaa decided to leave the country to seek greener pastures and was introduced to a travel agent in Madina.

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Yaa told show host Kojo Yankson that prior to her leaving the country, her phone was taken from her with the promise of receiving a better one when she arrives in Saudi Arabia.

She went on to recount that when they arrived at the airport in Saudi Arabia, she met some other ladies who had also come to better their fortunes.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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