"Is he still at post?" This has been the reaction of some Ghanaians as Tilapia has dropped a cartoon about the health minister. This cartoon is all about the new variant of the Coronavirus pandemic which is the 'delta variant' and the Sputnik vaccine. The new variant of the Covid-19 pandemic is here with us in Ghana and some have even started contracting the deadly disease.
Some students of the Achimota Senior High School have even contracted the new wave of the Coronavirus pandemic. These students were over one hundred and thirty-five. Due to the increasing number of active cases Ghanaians have asked the Health Minister and his entourage for more of the Sputnik Vaccine in Ghana so that we can cure all the people who have contracted this deadly variant of Covid-19.
Due to the issues going on, Tilapia has dropped a cartoon about th health minister. In the animated photo, you could see the health minister standing on stage singing a song about the Sputnik Vaccine. After Tilapia dropped this cartoon, many Ghanaians have. reacted massively to the photo.
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