As the ban on public gathering continues to be enforced by President Nana Akufo-Addo, Ghanaian actor Fiifi Coleman says he has missed normal church activities.

Mr. Coleman, speaking exclusively to JoyNews’ Doreen Avio said the ban by the President has resulted in the closure of all churches, making it impossible for him to engage in activities he normally did for his church.

“I miss church! And the things we do at church because I’m part of the creative arts ministry of the ICGC Christ Temple.

“We always had to come together to put up performances and I miss that a lot.

“It’s about time we just go and give thanks; not because we are so lucky that we didn’t get the virus, but just to show gratitude.

The playwright also urged Ghanaians to stay home if they have nothing doing outside.

According to him, it is important that people adhere strictly to the various Covid-19 prevention protocols so as to avoid further spread of the virus that has infected 5, 127 people and killed 22 others.

“Let’s just stay home if we have nothing doing outside. If you have to go out, wear your mask no matter the distance,” he advised.

Fiifi Coleman who is the Chief Executive Officer of Fiifi Coleman Productions has produced countless stage plays in Ghana.

The renowned actor is also set to stage his first virtual play at the end of May which is expected to feature comedian Clemento Suarez.