Claim: 95 coronavirus deaths recorded in Ghana and total coronavirus cases jump to 6,989 Source: Unknown Verdict: False Researched by Rabiu Alhassan An image capturing key statistics of the coronavirus spread situation in Ghana, claims the country has recorded 95 deaths, while the total confirmed coronavirus case count has jumped to 6,989. It further claims […]Read More
From being shunned by neighbours, some recovered victims are having to deal with not being able to even buy basic foodstuff in their local markets, all due to misinformers stoking fear about the virus or circulating unproven information.Read More
No. The Ghana Police Service is not advertising recruitment or undertaking fresh recruitment processes.
An online platform, ghadmission.com made the claim in an article titled: “Ghana Police Recruitment Forms 2020 / 2021: How to join.”Read More
That is the claim made in a news clip by UTV, a popular television broadcaster in Ghana and uploaded onto YouTube.
While the UTV news presenter mentioned that the claim was allegedly made by Moses Onyah, there was no attempt to inform the public as to whether it was true or false.Read More
In the videos posted on Facebook, people are being encouraged to inhale steam while being fully covered under a heavy blanket (makeshift sauna) to “breakdown” the virus and “grow the antibodies” necessary to fight the coronavirus.
After seeking clarification from officials of the Ghana Health Service and the Ghana Medical Association, the claim is rated as unproven.Read More
A video viewed more than 19,000 times on Facebook urges people to drink a concoction of ginger, garlic, lime, paracetamol and lemon-ginger tea to cure the novel coronavirus.
The video was posted on April 11 by an entertainment page, KwakyeOnline…Read More
The link with this offer takes users to an unsigned cloned website of Melcom, which makes users vulnerable to data theft including credit card details, account login information and any other sensitive information.Read More