Ghanaian artiste, Shatta Wale conveyed calm and provided warmth to music lovers lockdowned in their homes as part of the measures aimed at containing the coronavirus Saturday evening.
Viewed by over 100, 000 people on Youtube, the close to one hour and thirty minutes set dubbed ‘Faith Concert’ saw Wale perform songs from his catalog.
“In this pandemic, I want my fans around the globe to have that hope that everything is soon going to be okay and that I still have them in mind and in heart. I still want to put smiles on their faces that’s why am putting together “THE FAITH CONCERT,“ reads an earlier statement explaining his thought process behind the concert.
“No audience! a virtual concert meant to give HOPE to my fans across the GLOBE in this moment of difficulties. Just sit back home and enjoy me put smile on your faces with a LIVE musical experience with a full package of entertainment.”
As part of an effort to get vital information about disease prevention to people who might not get it otherwise, Wale invited Dr Nana Asiamah, public health personnel to demonstrate how the masses can be safe from the coronavirus pandemic.
He highlighted regular handwashing with soap under running water, wearing the nose mask, using the sanitizer and keep a social distance to quarantine as the simple way to keep safe from the virus.