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WATCH: MICT, artist join hands against COVID-19

Ministry of Information and Communication Technology has partnered with various artists to sensitize Namibians on the best ways of fighting the deadly COVID 19 virus.

The project is being done through the Nationhood and National Pride Program campaign.

The Ministry released a series of videos including singer King Tee Dee in which he is encouraging the nation at large to adhere to the laws set in place to flatten the COVID-19 curve in Namibia.


In the video, the artist reminds people that Namibians are capable of beating the virus to the curb.

“The coronavirus is killing people around the world and Namibia is not an exception. The virus is deadly but if we work together and obey the rules by the ministry of health we can overcome it. Eat healthy, exercise and wash your hands with soap,” he said.

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