A recent Afrobarometer report released by the Centre for Democratic Development (CDD) has discovered that 75% of Ghanaians are willing to accept restrictions on their freedom of movements, such as curfews and roadblocks, in times of security threats.
Per the findings of the survey, the willingness to accept government restrictions on movement was lower in the Greater Accra Region (64%) than in the Ashanti region (79%).
In view of this, the self-acclaimed prince of Africa, Cheddar, who recently changed his legal name from Nana Kwame Bediako to Freedom Jacob Caesar has donated tons of relief items to needy Ghanaians to help fight coronavirus. Y’all know that Ghanaians are in lockdown mood.
The relief items distributed include rice, oil, canned tomatoes, mackerel, sardines, sardines, salt, sachet and bottled water, hand sanitizers, medicated soaps, vegetables and fruits.
For the purpose of clarity, Freedom Jacob Caesar (Nana Kwame Bediako) is a Ghanaian developer, philanthropist and visionary who has changed the skyline of Ghana with his landmark developments (Wonda World), ushering in a grand template for Africa.