COVID-19: Use Your Heads, You Can Still Die-Fuse ODG Cautions Ghanaians Over Lockdown Lift

As earlier announced by the ministry of information, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo, yesterday, April 19, 2020, addressed the nation for the 7th time since the outspread of coronavirus pandemic.

In his address, Nana Addo lifted the partial lockdown imposed on the country to bine the spread of coronavirus, but the ban of social gatherings is still effective.

The ease in movement restrictions came into effect  at exactly 1:00 a.m local time (0100GMT) on Monday, April 20, 2020.

The decision makes Ghana one of the first few countries in the world to have lifted lockdown order amid coronavirus pandemic.

Citizens and numerous celebrities have expressed their happiness whilst others too are shocked because of the President‘s moves at the extent of the disease.

Well, Fuse ODG is the latest celebrity to share his thoughts on the ease and also left piece of advisory words to Ghanaians.

According to the “Million Pound Girl“ hitmaker, lifting movement restrictions doesn’t mean Ghanaians should jubilate and go out unnecessarily because the coronavirus is still active and taking lives in numbers everyday, hence everyone should be extra cautious.

He further urged Ghanaians to always inculcate the preventive measures serious so as to curb the fast rising of the cases.

Fuse ODG commended the president on his great works as devising numerous methods to help solve the situation quickly from getting out of hands.

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