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The Government of Ghana placed a ban on
social gatherings in a bid to curb the further spread of the disease.
And the ban has affected religious activities, sporting activities and
entertainment concerts. 

The general public have been urged to
adhere to precautionary measures including regular washing of hands with
soap under running water, using alcohol-based hand sanitisers and the
wearing of nose masks. 

During a recent interview on Class FM
with host Nana Kwesi on The Big Show, Robert was asked if Charterhouse
will put a virtual concert together in the wake of the COVID-19
pandemic.

And he said: “It could mean that or it could mean that we might not even have it; everything is possible”. 

According to him, the are still considering whether to have the virtual concert or do it after the ban on social gatherings.

 “Because the thing is, like I said, there are a couple
of things we need to consider, so, if we don’t see it necessary to
organise it now because of the ban, we still have to evaluate the pros
and cons of organising it later – either comes to some consideration”,
he added. 

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