Admittedly, there is tension in the country following the outbreak of the deadly Coronavirus pandemic and the restrictions on movement appear to have worsened the plights of the populace as boredom sets in.
In the midst of the scare and the inability to have fun like they used to, comedian Clemento Suarez has released a three-minute video to inject some humour in the veins of the general public.
Clemento Suarez, a renowned stage actor and stand-up comedian in this video assumes the character of a pupil reciting a poem woven with letters of the English alphabet.
As hilarious as it is, the piece titled “ABCD of Coronavirus” is pregnant with education as it entreats the populace to adhere to the safety and preventive measures issued by the World Health Organisation (WHO), including washing the hands with soap under running water, social distancing, covering the mouth and nose when coughing and sneezing.
“All the education has been serious so far and so I wanted to lighten it up a bit. It’s Coronavirus education on the light side,” he told GhanaWeb.