Ghanaian songstress, Vera Hamenoo-Kpedaa popularly known in showbiz as Mzvee has called on the authorities and stakeholders to intensify the education on corona virus in the country.
According to the award-winning musician, the act will go a long way to curb the spread of the virus in the country.
COVID-19, known globally as corona virus has hit the world hardly, putting a lot of restrictions on public activities. Due to the lack of a known cure, the World Health Organization has advised on restricted movement, forcing countries to place restrictions on so many activities as the numbers surge up.
Speaking in an interview with Joy Fm, the singer noted that the government has done so well in the fight against the spread of the virus but noted that more can be done to help reduce the numbers of the spread. She noted that folks in villages where there are no lights might have issues with getting access to the education available, which is mainly done via television. She called on authorities to take the education to the village folks by any means necessary as they too deserve it.
“I think we are doing well as a nation in educating the public on the coronavirus. Education does not end. We just have to keep making more noise about it especially to our brothers and sisters in the rural areas who do not have access to TV and all these gadgets that will bring the news to them. So we need to just keep reminding people because we tend to forget how serious this is but I think we are doing well as a nation in controlling the spread of the virus”, she said.