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‘Coronavirus Will Be No More 3 Weeks From Now’– Rev. Owusu Bempah Predicts



Rev. Owusu Bempah has predicted that the coronavirus pandemic will be a thing of the past in three weeks time so the world should remain calm.

Speaking in an interview on Kasapa FM, Bempah says he sees the disease disappearing in a few weeks.

“We don’t need to be alarmed, this coronavirus will vanish from the earth in three weeks’ time. This is what I see in the spiritual realm and anyone can mark what I’m saying.

“This disease will not last long It will leave the surface of this earth soon. God will surely bring the devastation caused by this disease to an end,” he told Accra-based Kasapa FM.

Meanwhile, Ghana’s coronavirus cases have risen to 24 in a new update. Out of these cases, 17 patients are of Ghanaians while 7 are from different countries namely: Norway, Lebanon, China, France and the UK.

This was announced by the Ministry of Health. They also gave an update on the contact tracing.



(Video) Angry Residents Beat Military Man Into Coma For Enforcing The Lockdown Rule



A group of angry guys in one of the lockdown areas in Accra have turned the tides and beat one of the military officers in charge into a coma.

The lockdown is one of the measures instigated by the Ghanaian government on March 30, 2020 to curb the spread of the deadly Coronavirus.

A number of security personnel were deployed onto the streets to see the initiative through as it was envisaged that most of the citizens would kick against it by roaming the streets.

But just 3 days into the lockdown period, a lot of Ghanaians are expressing misgiving about how civilians are being handled when they defy the order with many threatening to take matters into their own hands.

In a new video privy to Modernnewsgh.com, a military officer was seen being lynched by a group of an angry mob beating him to the pulp.

Reports revealed that the officer later went into coma and rushed to the hospital for medical attention.

The name of the location was however not revealed.

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195 Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 With 5 Deaths in Ghana; Here is The Regional Breakdown



Ghana #COVIDー19 case count now 195 according to the Health Minister;

Routine Surveillance-106

Mandatory Quarantine-89


Discharged/Home Mgt.-49



Also here is the Regional breakdown:

Greater Accra Region – 174

Northern Region – 10

Ashanti Region – 9

Upper/West Region – 1

Eastern Region – 1

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Coronavirus: Compulsory house-to-house testing at Ayawaso West begins today



The Ayawaso West Municipality has been identified as a hotspot for the spread of the novel Coronavirus.

Therefore a compulsory house-to-house testing will begin today, April 1, 2020.

In a statement by the municipal assembly, the house-to-house testing will be conducted for 10 days in order to tackle the spread of Coronavirus amongst residents.

The statement added that it has become necessary for the residents to be tested because most individuals within the municipality have in one way or the order come into contact with patients with confirmed COVID-19 positive status.

The testing will cover Legon, Dzorwulu, East Legon, West Legon, Okponglo, Abelenkpe, Roman Ridge, Airport Residential and surrounding areas.

“Over 100 health personnel and security agencies (police, Immigration and National Security) would be deployed into the communities within the Municipality to carry out the exercise,” the statement signed by Dr Louisa Matey, Municipal Director of Health noted.

Ghana’s confirmed cases of Coronavirus is now 161 with 5 deaths and 31 recoveries.

Read the full statement below.

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