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Coronavirus case rise: Dr Okoe-Boye replies Minority in Parliament

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Source: Peace FM

The Minority in Parliament has blamed President Akufo-Addo for the rise in Ghana’s COVID-19 case count.

They believe failure for the President to implement early precautions like the closure of the country’s borders led to the spike in cases.

Ghana currently has recorded 4,263 with 378 recoveries and 22 deaths.

The Minority claim “we lost the opportunity to do all of these and many more because President Akufo-Addo did not prioritize. He was touring in Europe even though the alarm bells of the coming pandemic were ringing. Then, shortly upon his return, we had the first two cases of the virus infection. One of them had actually been with the President during his happy travel to Europe”.

Deputy Health Minister and the Member of Parliament for Ledzokuku constituency, Dr Bernard Okoe-Boye in a panel discussion on Peace FM’s morning show ‘Kokrokoo’ compared the minority’s claims to a coach who focuses on only ‘replay analysis’.

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