Denmark-based teenage prodigy Mohammed Kudus has produced the 'most powerful' message by a Ghanaian footballer in their campaign to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease that has killed more than 10,000 people worldwide.
The Nordsjælland playmaker joined the awareness campaign in the fight against the novel coronavirus pandemic just like some of the Ghanaian footballers who are keen for the disease not to take hold in the West African country.
Football activities in many countries in the world have been put on hold as a measure to stop the widespread of the deadly disease.
Big competitions like the Euro 2020, Copa America and Olympic Games have all been suspended in light of the coronavirus outbreak.
Kudus, 19, through his social media pages preached about the precautions one needs to take to prevent himself or herself from getting infected and his message has hit home with one fan on social media describing the message as 'the most powerful by a Ghanaian footballer'.
Ghana has recorded 152 cases with 5 deaths as Sunday 29 March 2020.
Some parts of the country will be in lockdown starting Monday as a preventive action in stopping the spread of the global pandemic coronavirus.
The former U17 and U20 star earned his first Black Stars call up in October 2019 where he came from the bench to net the second goal in a 2-0 win against South Africa in the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifications.
Kudus had 9 goals and one assist in 19 matches in the Danish top-flight before its suspension due to the rapid spread of the coronavirus.