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Lawyer Ayenini Expresses Disgust At Everyone, Who Shared Video Of Public Official's "Stroke" Attack.

As it happened, few seconds after this picture was taken

Its been weeks of planning, leading and ensuring that, every aspect of Ghana's desire, to engage in the head count of all Ghanaians and people, living in Ghana is known and the intent is that, this details, will help our leaders to plan for the country and its people.

But interestingly, we all know that, that will not in any way, suddenly change the fortunes of the ordinary Ghanaian, especially when the political class, is getting hungrier and greedy, by the days. Well, notwithstanding this assertion of mine, the leadership of the Ghana Statistical Service, have been working tirelessly, to ensure that, Ghana have a firm grip on its population numbers.

If you have been listening to the news, The head of Ghana Statistical Service (GSS), Professor Samuel Kobina Annim who usually gives monthly updates on the nation's depreciation figures, had somewhat been more frequent now, due to the just-ended National Census Exercise, had unfortunately suffered from a serious health complication on LIVE TV.

In the video, which had since, gone viral, the renowned academic and now Government appointee, suffered a stroke complication on live TV., while he was addressing the public on the ongoing Population and Housing Census exercise which commenced on 13th June, 2021. 

In the viral video, Professor Anim went speechless and later began to stammer behind the podium while speaking to the audience and was swiftly attended to by some of his staff at the event and was later rushed to the hospital, as seen here Head Of Statistical Service Suffers Hyperventilates On Live Tv - YouTube (VIDEO).

Well, fast forward, renowned journalist cum fast rising Lawyer, Lawyer Samson Anyenini, has expressed his disgust at everyone, who shared the video. Clearly, I am part, as I have also shared the link, in the preceding paragraph. GOD HAVE MERCY ON ME.

In a post of his sighted on Facebook, Lawyer Ayenini who shared a linked news story that was indicative that, the Prof is recovering fast, he added by simply writing that:

"Pray - God is good. Truly joyed for him. But whoever felt no inhibition to circulate that footage nu eh."

Clearly as seen from this video found here at (VIDEO), he is recovering fast. Commentary following his post, have included the following:

Felix Joe writes "I'm happy to read such a good message"

Nana Nsiah Boakye Dankwa writes "He is currently superintending over the most stressful job in Ghana. He must have been stressed up...May God grant him the strength to take up the huge task"

Paul Damian writes "I was so sad when I watched the video. Thank God he is doing well."

Kamil Abdul-Rahaman writes "People r just insensitive"

Fuseini Wahab writes "Stress!. He needs thorough rest."

Raheemat Boamah Boakye writes "Alhamdulillah kazeeran"

Jayeola King writes "Blame the person behind the cameras. He could have taken the cameras off him."

David Ayinenongma Azaare writes "Glory to God. Keep getting stronger Prof"

Maame Yaa Oduroa writes "We thank God for your life. God bless your good work for Mother Ghana. You will healed in no time boss.

Torgbui Alulu Gove V writes "Good to know and hear that because I was scared for him. I was troubled when I watched his video. It thing can even happen to the mighty person(s) in the world."

Manu Bashir writes "You wouldn't have seen It though lol. Am happy he is doing well. Pressure oo."

Basiera Sankara writes "WTG , but he needs to delegate responsibilities more. The inside story of him jacking up everything almost alone, clearly, isn't helping his health"

John Allassani writes "I'm soo happy nothing bad happened to this hard working man. All the negative voices have been muted. God keep him safe."

Ibntrawaray Ikilil writes "We are thankful to almighty Allah for your immediate recovering . May it not happen again to anyone"

Lorna Kankor Adamah writes "That's what I don't understand ooh. When someone is going through something like that and you are happily sharing. Imagine his kids seeing this everyday. We thank God he is safe"

Gifty Andoh Appiah writes "I like this guy. I think he really knows his stuff and gives it his all. perhaps one of the best employees of the Ghanaian tax payer. wish him well"

Justine Ohemaa Afia Mauda writes "We live in a country where people who really do the real work well at even the expense of their valuable life, are not paid well deserving salary, but tax payers money are given monies to just chop for no reason... It's a poor thing in this part of the world... Mr Annim, good health, grace and more divine strength are yours.... I pray the Lord reward every hustle and time you put in delivering this job... Bless you"

Nana Kay writes "I'm very happy to hear that my Prof is doing well. He's a goal getter, as I know him to be... but please Prof Annim should take it easy."

Kpegla Jnr writes ""No inhibitions at all. This country and video circulation is serious. Everyone wants to be a news breaker. Speedy recovery to him."

Reindorf De Baron writes "Felt uncomfortable when I saw that video..... Thank God he's doing well. Why should someone in their right sense release such video to the public. Very sad..... Social media and democracy under severe abuse in Ghana ..."

Kweku Bentum Anamoah writes "Samson Anyenini For as much as I am against the circulation of the video because it bothers on privacy, I equally think without the video we wouldn't have known the extent and seriousness of the issue.

Professor Samuel Anim, is a full Professor of Economics with specific concentration on Micro Development Economics and Applied Microeconometrics at the Department of Economics, University of Cape Coast, Ghana and has approximately 20 years of teaching experience, in Universities both in Ghana and abroad, and has more than 40 peer-reviewed journal articles, book chapters and technical reports to his credit. and only assumed office as the Government Statistician at the Ghana Statistical Service on March 1, 2019.

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