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I Cannot Play Politics With Coronavirus Which Killed My Uncle – Anyidoho

The Chief Executive Officer of Atta-Mills Institute, Koku Anyidoho has reiterated the need for Ghanaians to stop politicising the deadly coronavirus outbreak.

The former deputy general secretary of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has been tweeting and calling on Ghanaians to collectively fight the outbreak as it knows no political colour, race, sex or personality.

Mr. Anyidoho, who has lost an uncle to the novel virus said, he would not play politics with it because it is real.

According to him, the world is not playing politics with the virus that has affected over 1.6 million people and killed 99,690 people.

His tweet read: “I’ve chosen not to play politics with COVID-19 because the World is not playing politics with it. Also from a very personal level, an uncle of mine has lost his life in London to it. Let us not play politics with it lest we live to regret. Blessed Easter Sunday to one and all.”

He has earlier penned an article in which he suggested that ”From a sociological functionalist perspective, this Virus is going to teach us critical lessons for the good of our own human existence.”

He also congratulated the President of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and his government for not panicking and being very cautious in its lockdown policies so they do not end up doing more harm than good.

The article also sent tons of thanks to the Ghana Health Service, House of Chiefs, Faith-based Organisations, Financial Institutions, the media, and Ghanaians for uniting behind a common agenda to fight COVID-19.


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