Check How This Pastor Tore Prez. Akufo Addo Into Pieces In New Video
View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Coronavirus has really come to make the world an unpleasant place for some people. World leaders keep on striving to ascertain the best way to making things better for the citizenry across their states. Indeed, the adverse effects of Coronavirus can not be downplayed as it has affected the financial muscles of most people from all parts of the world.
Ghana as a country hasn't been left out of this Novel Coronavirus and the associated menace. Having recorded first 2 cases on March 12, the country now has over 15,000 cases with 95 deaths as of the time of filing this report. The active cases, however, is a bit down with more recoveries/ discharges.
After series of Executive Instruments, it was made clear that all political events had been put on hold until the way was paved quite recently.
The ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) held their Parliamentary Primaries on last Saturday and the latest one on Wednesday. One thing that was observed and widely condemned had to do with the total disregard for all the precautionary measures and safety protocols when the delegates celebrated their successful candidates. The media has reported largely on the said matter with varied reactions on all social media platforms.
Reacting to what happened at the Primaries, a man of God has mounted the podium to send verbal missiles to all politicians and precisely the first gentleman of the state. The man of God did not mince words when he labelled politicians from both the NPP and NDC as hypocrites whose only interests are the elections and how to win it.
The man of God further explained how some men of God were apprehended and subsequently jailed for breaking the safety protocols during the lockdown whilst the NPP party supporters who crowded over themselves and jubilated without nose masks are still walking freely with no legal actions taken against them.
The peeved man of God ended his speech by stressing that' "The Law Is The Law" and must be applied to everyone.
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