King Promise under 'self-quarantine’ over coronavirus

By Eugene Brown

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King Promise in 'self-isolation’ over coronavirus
Ghanaian highlife artiste, King Promise, has taken measures to quarantine himself to help fight the spread of coronavirus disease in Ghana.
His decision comes on the back of the Government of Ghana’s directive for all people who come to the country or return from trips to self-isolate for 14 days as a way of making sure they do not have the pandemic that has taken the world by storm.

Speaking to MzGee on 3FM’s Showbuzz show, the artist disclosed that he will be out of sight for the next two weeks as he follows the World Health Organization’s protocols due to his recent travel history.

“I have not experienced any symptoms of coronavirus, but you know I just returned from abroad and it's important I do this, so I’m in my room chilling, watching football and the company’s doctor will also be paying me regular visits, so I’m fine,” he said.

Touching on the recent cancellation of his “As Promised World Tour” concerts, the artiste explained that even though his London and Amsterdam concerts pulled massive crowds, he had to call off the rest of the concerts due to the coronavirus outbreak.

The “CCTV” hitmaker, however, seized the opportunity to urge fans to adhere to WHO’s guidelines to protect themselves from the deadly virus.

Currently, Ghana has recorded 19 cases.

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