ANKARA  – The homeless in Ghana have become begging alarms for survival amid a nationwide lockdown imposed because of the deadly COVID-19 pandemic, according to a local report.

They have have lost their usual work of carrying shoppers goods or helping commercial drivers loading passengers.

The homeless, as well as street beggars in the capital of Accra, are suffering because of the lack of money and food as a result of the lockdown which has left streets semi empty.

They begg pedestrians and commuters in order to survive but preventive social distancing rules to avoid the deadly COVID-19 virus are

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