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Ghanaians Anticipate A Lockdown As Akufo-Addo Speaks Tonight


Some scores of Ghanaians have taken to social media anticipating a lockdown as President Akufo-Addo is set to address the nation on Sunday night.


According to some tweets sighted by ThinkNews Online, some Ghana says a lockdown will go a long way to affect their businesses and also children.


On Twitter, STEVANO (@_Stevemensa) tweeted "Two weeks lockdown won't be bad"


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tonia. (@__liptonia) added "my little sister is more concerned about she not going to celebrate vals day with her bf than not being able to do her school presentation if there’s going to be a lockdown" Comedianwaris (@ComedianWaris) said "There won’t be any lockdown we will just be asked to stay at home for some time"


the Black Jew (@nick_nii_sai) added "Mr. President, Nana Addo, please we don't need a lockdown now oo I don't have food"

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Darrel (@darreleugenejr) tweeted "wear your nose and face mask saa you people didn't obey now we dey come go 6 months lockdown" Beno S★rkCess (@BenopaOnyx1) also added "Currently in santasi and Ebe like me p3 Adey wear nose mask Nana Addo abeg lockdown the whole country wai"


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Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith

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