COVID-19 Lockdown: Ghanaian Singer, Shatta Wale Teaches How To Properly Apply Hand Sanitizer

Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has taken his time to teach Ghanaians how to properly apply hand sanitizers.

The musician has for some time now constantly urged Ghanaians to adhere to strict hygienic practices, including constantly washing their hands and using sanitizers.

Washing of hands and the usage of sanitizers are some of the ways that people can protect themselves from coronavirus.

During a live video interview on the maiden edition of COVID 360 on TV3 with Berla Mundi and Anita Akua Akuffo, Shatta Wale showed viewers how to apply a sanitizer.

In his own small way, the dancehall artiste has been supporting his fans and the general public with several items including over 1000 sanitizers.

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Born Charles Nii-Armah Mensah Jr, Shatta Wale will be staging a free concert – Faith Concert – from his home on April 4. The concert will be streamed live on his social media handles.

He told Berla Mundi that he has written to the police to give him support for the concert because he believes “it’s the time that people need our support”.

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