Tags : Coronavirus in Ghana

UPDATE: COVID-19 Cases In Ghana Hit 1,042

The number of coronavirus cases in Ghana has leaped from 834 to 1,042. This latest update was given by President Akufo Addo during his 7th address to the nation on measures taken to fight against deadly coronavirus disease in the country today, Sunday, April 19, 2020.Read More

I Am Doing My Donations In Accordance With The Word

Across the globe, all health officials have advised citizens to practice social distancing and take extra precautions to protect their health and that of loved ones against the COVID-19 pandemic. Ghana is one of the many countries across the globe that has put down measures to help stop the spread of the corona virus amongst […]Read More

Take It Easy On Your Tenants – Gloria Sarfo Begs

Ghanaian actress, Gloria Sarfo has begged landlords to take it easy on their tenants amid the Coronavirus outbreak. The award-winning actress in a post sighted by Zionelix.net called on the landlords to be considerate as the pandemic is causing financial distress to many people. READ ALSO: I’ve Always Wanted To Be A Bisexual And Try […]Read More

Efia Odo Gets Emotional & Cries As She Talks About

Popular Ghanaian socialite, Andrea Owusu who is widely known as Efia Odo has been talking a lot in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic in Ghana. While she has all out to chastise the government for how they have poorly handled things doing this difficult time, especially the distribution of food to the poor, in […]Read More

Asking People To Stay Home Is A Wasted Fight –

Ghanaian filmmaker, Peter Sedufia has expressed his disappointment following the demolition exercise at Old Fadama. In a post sighted by Zionfelix.net, the ‘Keteke’ movie director said the action is making the fight against the Coronavirus pandemic fruitless. READ ALSO: Funny Face Has Blocked Me – Lilwin Sadly Reveals He wrote: “At this point that there’s […]Read More

Pay Me Or Forget Ever Getting Water – Water Supplier

Obviously, many Ghanaians are yet to benefit from the announcement made by the government to take care of the water bills for April, May and June 2020 following an increase in the country’s coronavirus cases amidst a partial lockdown in some parts of the country to contain its spread. One individual who is still paying […]Read More