Today, January 31, 2021the President of Ghana will give his 23rd update regarding measures that have been taken by the government in order to mitigate the spread of coronavirus in the country.
The current spike of the virus is troublesome and it needs drastic measures to contain its spread.
There are a lot of speculations, anxiety and fear within some citizens of Ghana. This is because no one knows the exact measures or directives the President will implement in next month.
She suspects partial lockdown in some regions of Ghana.
Her speculation has caused numerous stirs under her Facebook post.
She wrote that
“The Val’s day di3 unless Zoom”
She wrote this on her Facebook page today.
Some people believe that the President can do partial lockdown after February 14, 2021.
Joseph Ofori wrote that
“You are right”
Also, Kweku Bizzay wrote that
“Lockdown paa dea anka private teachers yewu oo. Nana enea gyese yebetena wo fie ho”
Moreover, Rose Boateng wrote that
“God please help us”
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