Ghanaian actor, singer and filmmaker ‘Kobi Rana’ recently released a song called ‘We Will Survive’ to help educate Ghanaians and spread the word about the global pandemic Covid – 19. He said the presence of the infection in Ghana has caused a lot of fear among the public and so he decide to do something to send a message of hope. He disclosed this some days ago to Shine Publications on a phone interview.
multi-talented Ghanaian Kobi Rana, recently added his voice to the
ongoing campaign to educate the public about the deadly Coronavirus in
Ghana. He did this by officially releasing a new song that talks about
the preventive measures against the Coronavirus as well as loving and
supporting one another in these times. He said that the growing panic
among the public in Ghana is part of the reason he decided to create the
song. “The current world situation has brought fear and so I decided to
do something as someone from the creative arts to give hope to
humanity. And, just like videos are being made by influential people to
educate the public, creative people can also use their skills to share
health protocols”, he explained.
Kobi Rana added that he has paused filmmaking for a while since the Coronavirus outbreak in Accra. “I have been home watching great movies and series, and learning more on the internet about film making and stage performance”, he added.
Kobi Rana will also be releasing a brand new follow-up on his Ramadan movie ‘M Name is Ramadan’ later in the year. This would be the third installment to the franchise.
By Jerry Wonder
Link to song: https://youtu.be/QjH3rwNUVJk