The Swansea City player in a lengthy message via his Twitter account on Thursday urged for strict adherence to safety protocols as the death tolls increase worldwide.
“As the world takes decisive steps to combat the spread of the deadly coronavirus which is wreaking havoc to families, communities and nations, I want to urge you all to continue to adhere strictly to all the preventive advice to help stay healthy and also to help curb the spread of the pandemic.
“To fellow footballers, sports personalities, fans and families who have been affected, I wish to express my sympathies and I pray to Allah to comfort you and grant you healing mercies.
“To the frontline health workers who are working around the clock all over the world to assist those affected, keep doing your best for humanity, “
“We love our game, we love our sports and we love our fans. But there is more to life than the beautiful game. So let us all continue to adhere to the safety protocols to be safe.
“Together, we will win this difficult match.
“Always remember that regularly washing hands with soap and under running water is the surest way to stop the spread of the coronavirus”, he concluded.
Meanwhile, the United Kingdom has recorded 3,269 cases with 144 confirmed dead.
Ghana on the other hand as 11 confirmed cases with no casualties recorded yet.