Kennedy Agyapong is warning Ghanaians to be serious about the Corona virus pandemic as the second wave is very serious. He said he said the all the countries around the world have been financially hit so none will be able to support Ghana in this hard time. In short we are on our own.
He is also advising that schools to be closed down as the second is becoming more serious. He said he completed school at very old age that did not stop him from being successful, so if schools are closed and lives are safer, it is better.
He advised parents who look at the money they have spent on fees and other stuff and forcing for the semester to end before their kids are allowed home to be mindful as nothing is more precious than life.
More than 200 students have tested positive for the virus and a lot of people are also calling for the closure of schools. Do you think schools should be closed down to save lives?
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