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Streets of Wa virtually empty on National Day of Fasting and Prayer

Most of the principal streets in Wa are virtually empty as residents adhere to the President’s directive to observe a National Day Fasting and Prayer today

Ghana is today observing a National Day of Fasting and Prayers to seek God’s intervention in the fight against coronavirus which has killed several people around the world.

Homeradionews.com has gathered that many residents in the Wa Municipality have applauded the President’s decision to seek God’s intervention.

Interacting with the residents, they said they chose one of prayers or fasting resulting into empty streets in the municipality.

But many food joints were opened and business moving as usual.

The residents interviewed indicated that fasting and prayer is necessary but not the surest way to combat the COVID-19.

They said the President should take pragmatic steps to fight the disease before we pray for God’s intervention because God helps those who help themselves.

“The president should fight the menace with all the seriousness it deserves by equipping all health facilities across the country.”

One of the resident said if it has to take the President to lockdown the country he shouldn’t hesitate.

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