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Lockdown is not the solution for Ghana now – Abronye DC

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Lockdown is not the solution for Ghana now – Abronye DC

The Bono Regional Chairman of the ruling New Patriotic Party, Kwame Baffoe Abronye has said that locking down the country is not the best of a solution in containing the spread of the disease.

According to the Bono Chairman, the country is not well equipped enough in terms of agriculture and other resources to undergo a total or a partial lockdown.

He added that locking down will serve as a means of hunger for the whole nation.

“And so locking down is not the solution for now because when you lock down, people in the rural areas go to the farm daily before they can eat during the day and others have to sell handkerchiefs to fend for themselves so if you call for a lock down, how will these people eat?” Abronye quizzed.

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He made these comments on Okay FM’s dubbed ‘Ade Akye Abia’ morning show monitored by GhanaWeb.

Using America to buttress his point he said, “If Americans do not go to work for even ten years, each will be given an amount of Ghc 1000 a week so let’s ask ourselves that as a nation, how much is our budget for the entire year?” he stated.

Kwame Baffoe again said that Ghana cannot compare herself to infected nations undergoing lockdowns because their economies are different from ours.

“You cannot compare yourself to that of UK, Italy, California and South Africa because they have better economies and resources to sustain them.”

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Abronye further advised that Ghanaians practice a lockdown on their own instead of a total or partial lockdown since social gatherings could spread COVID-19.

Ghana until today Thursday, 26 March, 2020 has recorded 132 new cases with 4 deaths.

Source: ghanaweb.com

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Video Of Lady Svcking A Musician’s D!ck In A Club Amid Coronavirus Outbreak Hits Online

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ENewsGhana.com has stumbled on a viral video that shows a musician receiving a ‘blow job’ from a female fan during his performance.

Amid the Coronavirus pandemic worldwide, some people snubbed the infection to party hard in a club and some unthinkable scenes were captured during the fun.

In the video, the unidentified musician who also doubles as a male stripper could be seen topless and the unidentified lady busily sucking his ‘ding dong’ after he approached and invited her to a moment of sensual feeling.

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(VIDEO) Husband Who Wanted To Buy Food For His Pregnant Wife, Beaten To Death By Police In Abuja

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Residents of Abuja, the capital of Nigeria, are furious over the death of one of their own at the hands of the police who were supposed to protect, enforce the law and guide citizens.

The deceased went out to buy food for her starving pregnant wife during the lockdown order in the capital. The man, unfortunately, lost his life at the hands of the police who didn’t exercise patience with him but beat him for arguing which lead to his death, an eyewitness reported.

According to him, the deceased explained that he needs to get the food for his pregnant wife but the police officers refused him due to the lockdown order. The police officers and the man got into a heated argument which sparked rage in the police and they beat him till he collapsed and died, naijapals report.

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(Video) UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson Tests Positive for Coronavirus; Watch His Reaction

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UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson has confirmed he had developed mild symptoms – “a temperature and persistent cough” – over the last 24 hours and, on the advice of the chief medical officer, he took a test which returned positive for coronavirus.

Johnson said he is self-isolating and working from home. He said thanks to “the wizardry of modern technology” he will continue to lead the national fight back against the virus.

He wrote on Twitter:

”Over the last 24 hours I have developed mild symptoms and tested positive for coronavirus. I am now self-isolating, but I will continue to lead the government’s response via video-conference as we fight this virus. Together we will beat this. #StayHomeSaveLives”

 

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