Blame Akufo-Addo for the Gargantuan COVID-19 cases recorded in the country. This is according to the former MP for La Dadekotopon constituency, Nii-Amasah Namoale.
The former lawmaker is not convinced about the approach of the government in the fight against the pandemic in Ghana.
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He has indicated that he is ‘scared’ for his life, but the serious implications of the pandemic on the ordinary Ghanaians out there. He believes the absence of better measures going forward will be disastrous.
“They claim they are doing something, my brother they are not doing anything,” he said referring to the NPP government. In a radio interview on NEAT FM’s morning show ‘Ghana Montie’ monitored by your authentic and credible news source NewsGhana24.com, he reiterated that the government led by President Nana Addo was chasing the virus instead of preventing it from spreading.
Ghana has recorded over 5100 cases and the earlier statements that Ghana had reached the peak of cases seems not to be the case.
According to him, Ghana’s contact tracing methods are hazardous. Ghana’s fight against the continuous spread and increase in numbers is a collective responsibility of not only the government but also the opposition parties and the citizenry.
This is the time each and every political actor must not only criticize but also offer workable suggestions whiles government and its political appointees must put away personal ego, and embrace suggestions from the political divide to win this battle.
According to the former MP, it is only God who is helping Ghana.
Current COVID-19 Cases Update is as follows
Total Case Count: 5,127
Total Active Cases: 4,611
Total Recoveries: 494
New Cases – May 12: 427
Total Deaths Recorded: 22
The earlier we put away the tendencies, the better our chances of winning this fight and government, and the ruling NPP must lead the way. Let us all rise above the divided mindset and forge forward as a single unit in the battle against covid-19.