A usual Sunday is normally tranquil in Ghana, conserve for church buildings and other sites of Christian worship.
But as Ghana braces up for a two-7 days lockdown in Accra and Kumasi, two of the country’s financial powerhouses, that norm was damaged.
These are not normal situations.
Social distancing is explained to be the sure way to remain away from COVID-19, the disease brought about by the coronavirus, but in several of the Accra’s marketplaces that principle was thrown to the canines.
Important markets in the city ended up swamped by thousands of individuals – lots of in worry buying method – racing versus time to make their very last-minute shopping in advance of the lockdown hour – 1:00 a.m on Monday, March 30.
This is Agbogbloshie, one of the country’s premier markets.