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Breaking News: Rapper Tinny tests positive for COVID-19

Breaking News: Rapper Tinny tests positive for COVID-19

Breaking News: Rapper Tinny tests positive for COVID-19

Multi-award winning Ga rapper, Tinny has allegedly tested positive for the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

According to a close source who is also a musician, Nii Funny the ace rapper is battling with the pandemic and requested a prayer to be made on his behalf.

In a post on his social media page today, Nii Funny stated that the ailment was clear and has no boundaries for who, when and when it would affect a person and urged the public to adhere strictly to the COVID-19 Safety protocols.

“COVID 19 Is Real Ghanaians Should Pray for Tinny He Has Tested Positive,” he said.

The ailment has infected high officials government appointees, including the minister of health, Kwaku Agyeman-Manu, Minister of Education, Matthew Opoku Prempeh who was detained while awaiting his result and the Chief Executive Officer of the National Health Insurance Authority, Lydia Dsane-Selby.

The Metropolitan Chief Executive of Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolitan Assembly (STMA) in the Western Region, Anthony KK Sam, also contracted the virus and unfortunately died.

A source at the University of Ghana Medical Centre (UGMC) who disclosed that the MCE died at the place stressed that his death was due to a failure of the lung after contracting the ailment

Nii Addo Quaynor, better known  in showbiz world  as Tinny is the first musician who is reported to have allegedly tested positive for the disease.

Currently the country’s COVID-19 cases surpass 17,700 with 13,268 recoveries and 112 fatalities.

BY JOYCELINE NATALLY CUDJOE

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Written by Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

I am An Entertainment Columnist, Content Writer, Blogger, Novelist, Poet, and a Publicist.

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