Rev Lucy Natasha has confirmed the cancellation of iYES conference in Kumasi Ghana. She was expected to address the National event for 3 days which began today.
In a recent update on twitter , Rev Natasha reaffirmed that the event will have to end toonight for the widespread virus conditions set by the Ghana government.
“Due to the KNUST Guidelines on COVID-19 Pandemic, we regret to announce to the general public that the final day and session of iYES 2020 is TONIGHT.
We hereby apologise to all our friends and partners who have made plans to attend
Long live Ghana, Long live iYes” she tweeted
iYES is a Christian based global initiative, a nonprofit organization, headquartered in Ghana, dedicated to the spiritual, intellectual and emotional growth of young people around the world. Through proprietary programmes, revival summits, events, seminars and practical opportunities.
Ghana confirmed their first case of coronavirus on Thursday, becoming the ninth country in sub-Saharan Africa to register positive cases.
The sub Saharan Africa region has so far been less badly hit by coronavirus than Europe or China.
experts have warned that the disease is outpacing international efforts to contain it have raised the stakes for African countries scrambling to strengthen their emergency public health systems.
The Lancet study concluded that, while the overall risk of importation to Africa is lower than that to Europe (one percent versus 11 percent, respectively), the capacity of many countries on the continent to respond effectively is much more limited.