The head of Ghana statistical service(GSS), Professor Samuel Kobina Anim has been reportedly hospitalized after he felt ill in the middle of a national address concerning the 2021 Population and Housing Census. Professor Kobina Anim was seen sweating profusely during his speech and began stuttering and struggling with his speech until he stood mute, which signaled the addressees at the scene that something was not right. The strange scene prompted two gentleman to get on the podium to assist the Professor and was immediately rushed to the hospital.
It is alleged the Ghana Statistical Service boss suffered stroke which triggered the frightening reaction on stage, however more would unflold about the matter after medics conduct an extensive review soon. The Population and housing censors, which kicked in on June 28, finally came to an end on July 11th and Upon the completion, Professor Samuel Kobina Anim had to deliver a summative speech on the exercise only for him to get sick in the middle of his address.
Professor Kobina Anim incapacitation at the moment means his Deputy, Mr. David Yenukwa Kombat would sit in a take over his duties until he recovers. Both have been working hand-in-hand diligently since they took office and we anticipate Dr. Kombat will assume duties responsibly in the absence of the GSS boss. We hope and pray the he recovers and returns to his post soon.
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