Ghana lifts restrictions on Churches, Mosques, extends free power, water supply till December

  72-year old President of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo, has returned from a two-week quarantine over COVID-19 scare   Ghana has announced further lifting of restrictions on Churches and Mosques as well as an extension of free water supply to all citizens and free electricity to lifeline customers in the country till end of the year. President Nana Akufo-Addo who just returned from a two-week quarantine over COVID-19 scare made this announcement in an address to the nation on Sunday. He declared that the length of worship at Churches has also…

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Confusion as 55 ‘Ghana Girls’ School Pupils, Teachers test Positive for COVID-19

  Fifty-five out of 314 test samples taken from pupils and teachers of the Accra Girls’ Senior High School have returned positive for COVID-19, creating panic across the length and breadth of Ghana’s capital. A joint statement by the country’s education and health authorities, which confirmed this, added that those with close contacts with the affected have also been quarantined. Giving an insight into the unfortunate inncident, a veteran journalist in Ghana, Francis Kotutse, noted that some protocols set by the government before reopening of schools were violated by the…

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