About some weeks ago, some pictures of him went viral which sparked a lot of rumours around about the health of the Finance Minister of Ghana. Many people alleged that he wasn't looking well and that he was battling with sickness.
Earlier today, Finance Minister of Ghana, Ken Ofori Atta has finally opened up on his health. According to him, he attacked by Covid 19 which made him visited the hospital. He revealed that after he was healed from Covid 19. He felt he had gotten jaundice only to be told his liver has inflamed. He revealed that the main reason why he has gotten some changes in his body.
One interesting thing that Ken Ofori Atta revealed is that though he is sick but the sickness has not in anyway affected his work because his DNA is strong.After Ken Ofori Atta made this revelation about his health, a lot of Ghanaians have sympathised with the Honourable.
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