Playwright Latif Abubakar’s Globe Productions in partnership with the Ministry of Information and supported by AirtelTigo is set to stage another live virtual play to intensify education concerning Ghana’s Covid-19 campaign with a major focus on stigmatization. Dubbed Judas and Delilah Covid-19 edition, the play seeks to bring together top Ghanaian celebrities to join the campaign in fighting stigmatization towards person infected with the virus. The campaign, according to the award winning playwright. would also bring on board some respectable religious leaders including Most Reverend Charles Gabriel Palmer Buckle, the Archbishop of Cape Coast, and Sheikh Osmanu Nuhu Sharabutu (Dr), the National Chief Imam, Political Leaders, Academia and many others. In an interview, playwright Latif Abubakar said the play would serve as a tool that appeals to the emotions of people to end stigmatization and also encourage them to abide by the measures put in place by the government to aid the fight against the virus. “Considering the growing numbers of theatre and entertainment lovers in Ghana, I am certain that the play would give hope to the people and deal with issues of stigmatization,” he said. As the pacesetters of live virtual play with a record of 3.5million views on social media, the playwright is of the belief that storytelling and theatre can be used to convey critical messages about Covid-19. Partnership Globe Productions partnered with organizations such as AirtelTigo, Nobel International Business School, Ghana National Association of Teachers and the Ghana Chamber of Telecommunications who had similar plans of embarking on a campaign against stigmatization. Playwright Latif Abubakar explained that partnership offers an opportunity to reach a wider audience and make great impact. “Considering the impact of theatre in Ghana and beyond, partnering to execute a project like this is a social good investment for all parties,” he said.