Former President of Ghana and the Flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress in the just ended elections which is still contended at the supreme court have his share of his coronavirus vaccine today.
According to Mr. Mahama, he consented to take the vaccination openly to energize and guarantee all Ghanaians that the antibodies are protected. In the course of taking the Covid Vaccine, he was spotted asking certain questions after the Nurse injected him with the vaccine. The look on his face shows that he was asking a question that was so serious to him, and maybe, only the nurse could answer. It is unclear the actual questions he was asking, but it is clear that it was not about any negative perception about the vaccine.
As he was interviewed, he has this for Ghanaians saying, "As a previous Ambassador for the GAVI Alliance, I can unhesitatingly say that vaccinations are valuable in protecting our wellbeing. Ghanaians should along these lines dismiss all the bits of gossip about the immunization."
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