Former Convention Peoples Party (CPP) flagbearer Michael Abu Sakara Foster asked the President of Ghana to apologize to the people of Ghana during the campaign season for the careless disregard of the COVID-19 protocols.
According to him, in the battle against COVID-19, an apology would restore the President’s reputation.
He said the President blames the recent spikes solely on funerals, leaves plenty to be desired and is disrespectful to church gatherings and nightclubs.
Meanwhile, the Information Minister-designate Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has said that the date and science does not prove that political rallies and activities contributed to the spike.
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We all fully expected the President to announce new steps aimed at arresting and possibly reversing the increase in covid cases, following the rise in covid 19 infection rates.
We also expected that the President will first recognize and apologize to the Ghanaians for the enormous widespread events that political parties organized during the 2020 election campaign rallies.
This would have cooled down the public whose efforts had previously been washed out in elections.
It leaves much to be desired and is insensitive to blame the recent spikes solely on funerals, church events and nightclubs.
Your stewardship in attempting to rein in the pandemic before the elections was respected, Mr. President.
However, we need to hear an apology for the careless abandonment of campaign rallies.
To restore your reputation in your battle against COVID-19 on our behalf, an apology in that regard is needed.
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