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I've Been Battling Liver Disease After The Covid 19- Ken Ofori Atta Sadly Shares About His New Look

Ghanaians have been wondering and asking themselves some quite number of questions about the sudden change of appearance of The Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori Atta. The Minister of Finance in Ghana, Ken Ofori Atta has opened up his struggles with ill- health in recent times. Many Ghanaians have bee asking such questions after he presented the 2022 country budget on the 17th of November 2021.

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Ken Ofori Atta looked quite different from the one we already knows as he appeared as a big man with huge cheeks and this raised concerns about Ghanaians. Speaking on Good Evening Ghana on Metro TV on Thursday, November 19, 2021, Mr. Ofori-Atta said he has been managing liver disease for some time now. He made this revelation after the host, Paul Adom Otchere asked about his health and the new look.

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“I got COVID-19 somewhere in November and then got out of a hospital’s emergency. I came home on the 10th of December, things were pretty good when I came. Then I began to feel jaundiced. I was later diagnosed and told my liver was inflamed and required some work to determine what was really happening.”

“It took some time to find the probable cure, which involved steroids and all of that. I went back for review in August. The information was that it’s pretty much gone. They are now titrating to see how to bring the steroid down, so I can get back to normal life.” He said.

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He went ahead to say after all these illness he does not feel weak and he has strong DNA so he can work just that he has to manage his time and decisions. Many Ghanaians have shared their sadness about this and we all wish him well and quick recovery.

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