A police officer known on social media as ‘illegal rapper’ has posted a public education track in support of the government’s efforts to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
Officer Kojo Emma’s track was shared on Twitter by the local news portal, Pulse Ghana. The “Stay at Home” track, he said, was his commitment to educating the general public.
In a video clip of President Akufo-Addo in one of his COVID-19 addresses, t The President said, “Fellow Ghanaians, we are not in ordinary times. So let us all put our shoulders to the wheel and I am confident that together … we shall overcome this challenge…”
The lyrics mainly in Twi advise people to stay at home as much as they can or to strictly abide by all prevention protocols placed in place by the government. It also applies to how the virus has infected thousands of people around the world.
“This is a global warfare, let’s not politicize it. Let us support our leader Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo. The police, nurses, the army, immigration and the nation as a whole. We are all in this together. And together we will win. God bless our homeland Ghana,” was his final appeal on the track.
The police have recently been ordered by President Akufo-Addo to impose, in particular, the wearing of masks and other restrictions protocols on selection. This is accompanied by an increase in the number of instances. Schools reopened this week after close to two months of closure.
See the track as it is posted on Twitter: