In the course of the week news broke that Kennedy Agyapong has refused to take the Covid-19 jab. According to him African are getting too reliant on foreign donors. He called for an end to it and maintained that African countries should learn to live by themselves so as not to be puppets in the hands of those foreign donors.
It can be recalled that Ghana received 600,000 free AstraZeneca vaccines in February. Kennedy Agyapong, MP for Assin Central went on to say that to show support he was ready to donate $1million to Akufo-Addo to purchase vaccines. However, in a sharp rebuttal, Kevin Taylor has sent a strong response to the Assin Central lawmaker.
“We don’t want his money. He should take it and use it for something else. His constituents are suffering and yet he sits to boast. Kennedy, go and use your money to build a hospital in Fosu. Go and build a factory and employ people. We don’t want your money for vaccines” Kevin said.
According to Kevin, Kennedy is just bragging and has nothing to give the government. Do you agree with Kevin? Do you agree with Kennedy that Ghana needs to stay clear from free vaccines?
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