Ghana is leading most African governments by implementing its pro-poor policies as 400 000 vulnerable citizens get free food during the lockdown period.
By STAFF Reporter
TSTnews is reliably informed that the first and shining democracy in Africa is offering small businesses government grants to alleviate losses incurred by the sector because of Coronavirus.
“Health workers will get 50% pay rise, 3 months tax break and free transportation,” tweeted Africa Fact Zone.
The philanthropist government will not disconnect electricity over bills.
In a related development, the Zimbabwean government has reportedly offered Coronavirus allowances backdated to March to all health workers which will result in most nurses getting up to ZW$15000.
Elsewhere, the Rwandan authorities are also giving free food hampers to the poor.
Closer home, the Malawian government authorities are offering 10% of their salaries towards fighting the epidemic.