- A group of Ghanaian children has been captured on camera beseeching God to take away the coronavirus plague from the country
- The video appears to have been recorded during the national prayers that were held on 24 March
- On 21 March, the president of Ghana ordered the entire country to fast and pray against Covid-19
A group of Ghanaian children has caused a great stir on social media as they were captured in a viral video praying with all their might for God to take away the coronavirus pandemic from the country.
The video sighted by Briefly.co.za on the official twitter handle of Soul Concepts appears to have been taken on 25 March as part of the directive by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for the country to pray.
It would be remembered that on 21 March, the president called on all Christians and Muslims to observe a national day of prayer and fasting in the wake of the coronavirus spread in the country.
Watch the video of the children praying with all their might below:
COVID-19 or the novel coronavirus has continued to greatly infect people in Ghana as 132 cases have so far been confirmed in the West-African country as of March 26, 2020.
Most Ghanaians have begun to live in great fear because the disease is highly infectious and many people need to go out every day and work in other to put food on their tables.
It is only hoped and prayed for by many that the country would not eventually lose total control and that the cases would begin to reduce in number in the near future.
In other news, Veronica Buckets, a common tool used to provide running water for effective hand-washing, were invented by a genius Ghanaian woman named Veronica Bekoe.
Veronica Bekoe is a biologist who came up with the ingenious idea with the goal of helping reduce the rate of diarrhoea cases in Ghana and beyond.
The innovation has become particularly crucial in the fight against the novel coronavirus pandemic which currently plagues the world.
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