Enjoyment of Monday, 27 July 2020
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Playwright Latif Abubakar is established to phase yet another reside virtual perform on August 1, 2020, to intensify instruction on Ghana’s COVID-19 marketing campaign with a key focus on stigmatization.
The engage in dubbed “Judas and Delilah” Covid-19 edition is staying staged by Globe Productions in partnership with the Ministry of Details and supported by AirtelTigo.
The marketing campaign according to the award-profitable playwright would also convey on board some respectable religious leaders which includes Most Reverend Charles Gabriel Palmer-Buckle, the Archbishop of Cape Coastline, and Sheikh Osmanu Nuhu Sharabutu (Dr), the National Chief Imam, Political Leaders, Academia and quite a few other people.
The “Judas and Delilah” comedy play tells how a quack Health care provider carelessly spreads Covid-19 between his lovers.
Just one of the enthusiasts, Delilah options revenge on the Health practitioner. Another lover Jezebel seems to worsen problems at his clinic. Who wins the fight of traitors, the Medical doctor, Judas, Delilah or Jezebel?
In an interview, the Playwright explained the play would serve as a instrument that appeals to the thoughts of men and women to conclude the stigmatization and also stimulate them to abide by the measures place in position by the federal government to support the struggle in opposition to the virus.
“Looking at the expanding quantities of theatre and enjoyment fans in Ghana, I am particular that the perform would give hope to the individuals and offer with issues of stigmatization,” he reported.
Other companions of the enjoy include Nobel Global Organization School, Ghana National Affiliation of Academics, and the Ghana Chamber of Telecommunications who had similar ideas of embarking on a marketing campaign versus stigmatization.
The play would be streamed are living by means of the Playwright’s YouTube site, Latif Abubakar as nicely as the Ministry of Information’s Fb page on August 1, 2020, at 8:00 pm prompt.
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