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Covid-19 Campaign: Starr Fm’s Francis Abban spells out the GOLDEN RULE

One thing is certain, the global outbreak of the novel coronavirus has changed a lot of things, and many things will not return to normalcy after the pandemic is brought under control.

In the wake of the outbreak, many cities and towns across the world have been in lockdown and authorities have not stopped encouraging their citizens to stay at home, if they do not have very important engagements or essential services to render in these troubled times.

Ghana’s biggest cities, Accra and Kumasi have also been in a lockdwon since March 30th and the government and well-meaning Ghanaians are all encouraging residents in the two cities and other affected areas to try as much as possible to stay at home.

The importance of staying at home in the face of this coronavirus scare cannot over-emphasized. It is therefore not out of place for Starr FM’s Francis Abban to encourage his followers on social media to stay at home.

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The Morning Starr host took to his Instagram page to encourage Ghanaians to stay at home. Speaking in five languages – English, Kusaal, Ewe, Fantse, and Ga, Francis emphasized staying at home as the “key rule to remember” in keeping safe.

Watch Francis Abban’s video below:

Francis Abban joined the EIB Network, owners of Starr FM, GhOne Tv among others from the Multimedia Group in 2017. He currently hosts the Morning Show on Starr FM and co-hosts the evening news on GHOne TV. He has also had stints with the Skyy FM and the BBC in the past. He is a product of the Ghana Institute of Journalism.

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