Sunyani Traditional Council has suspended sittings as a measure to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus in the traditional area.
Speaking with Ark News, Oboaman Bofotia Boamponsem, Krontihene, explained the suspension would enable members of the council to save themselves and others from contracting the disease.
He stated the traditional council ‘’does not have any by-laws for residents in Sunyani, aside of the directives and instructions by the health officials and President Akufo Addo.
The Krontihene advised the general public to abide by the directives ensure the regular washing of their hands and the use of certified sanitizers.
195 cases in Ghana
195 cases of COVID-19 have so far been confirmed in the country as of April 1, 2020.
The number includes five deaths and 3 recoveries.49 patients have also been discharged from hospitals and being managed at home.Those people are pending further tests to confirm their negative status from COVID-19. ‘
If the repeated tests prove negative, they will be deemed recovered.
Sources: arkfmonline/Agyapong Daniel