Gospel musician Diana Asamoah has asked Ghanaians not to be scared by the coronavirus pandemic.
She said this while performing on the COVID-19 virtual concert.
The ‘Anopa Wim’ singer was the opening act for the concert put together by the Ministry of Communications as a side attraction to the launch of a new App that will help in contact tracing people who have come into contact with COVID-19 positive individuals.
“God will not allow the coronavirus to kill us so don’t fear,” she said in Twi.
The user friendly and free to download mobile software application which will be available for Android and iOS devices after its launch is originally intended for productivity assistance which will supplement the state’s efforts in the fight against the pandemic.
According to the experts, the software will trace anyone who has come into contact with persons carrying the COVID -19 virus.
Persons will also be trained by the experts to be able to find their way around the App and give an insight on who can use it.
Other artistes billed to perform include Shatta Wale, Kuami Eugene, Fancy Gadam, Great Ampong, among others.
Currently, Ghana’s case count stands at 566 out of which 8 are dead and 4 have recovered.