He says parents cannot afford to lose their children to coronavirus in the name of education. Mr. Kwesi Pratt Junior believes it would be better to have children who are illiterates than having sons in coffins.
“That’s the choice facing us. To either have illiterate sons or to have sons in the coffin. I will choose illiteracy because it can be cured. If they are alive, we can teach them next year. So we cannot afford to lose our kids to coronavirus. I’m highly disgusted about what is happening in this country today. Mr. President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo, please close down the schools”. Mr. Kwesi Pratt Junior noted.
Mr. Kwesi Pratt Junior added that it is not right for the churches to remain open when a ban is placed on funerals. He says it is easy for people to carry their dead relatives to the church to have the funeral ceremony.
“They have announced that there will be no public funerals and that all funerals should be private and limited to only 25 people, but we have opened the churches. The churches are opened. So I can go to the church and have more than three hundred congregations. I cannot see the sense in this. So I cannot have more than 25 people to hold my funeral but if I take the dead body to the church, I can have more numbers I want. I just don’t know what is wrong with us”. He noted.
Mr. Kwesi Pratt Junior indicates, he feels scandalized whenever he listened to the coronavirus update from Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo.
“I listened to the last episode of fellow Ghanaians, and what scandalized me the most is that our President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo says, we have to take matters into our own hands. We have a president to take care of us, so he cannot tell us to take matters into our own hands. I’m highly disappointed in how this COVID 19 is being handled”.
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