Beenie Man arrested for allegedly violating the Covid-19 quarantine
Anthony Moses Davis, also known as Beenie Man, a prominent Jamaican dancehall performer, was arrested by Ghanaian officials a few days ago for allegedly escaping COVID-19 quarantine. Beenie Man arrested for allegedly violating the Covid-19 quarantine.
According to reports, Beenie Man tested positive for the virus when he arrived at Kotoka International Airport last week, and health officials ordered him to be quarantined at the AH Hotel in East Legon.
The musician, however, is said to have escaped from the hotel and featured on a number of media outlets before performing at Stonebwoy’s Bhim Concert in Ghana.
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When the singer returned to the airport after the show to get his passport, he was held by immigration officers from reporters.
He has been released to Ghana Health Service authorities and his lawyers, according to the Ghana Immigration Service.
He is accused of producing a forged Ghana Health Service clearance certificate, which is currently being investigated by Ghanaian security officers.
Beenie Man played alongside other well-known Ghanaian artists including as Samini, Kwaw Kese, MzVee, and Empress Gifty at the performance.
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This comes just days after the Ghana Health Service released a statement urging event organizers and the general public to follow coronavirus regulations to the letter, particularly at a time when health centers throughout the world are reporting high incidence of Omicron virus infections.
The Omicron virus is described as the most deadliest of all and it has a faster spreading rate. The Ghana Health Service has subsequently warned all Ghanaians to get the vaccination and follow the all the protocols.
Currently Ghana covid-19 cases is 5112 as of the last updated.