A Doctor from The African Center for Health Policy Research and Analysis (ACH-PRA), Dr. Thomas Anaba, has said that the government of Ghana should lead by example. They shouldn't preach the Bible and practice juju. The Government Must observe and abide by all the covid-19 protocols.
Dr. Thomas Anaba made this statement via zoom on 'THE KEYPOINTS' on TV3 this morning, 26th June 2021, when he gave his opinion on the detection of the Delta strain of the covid-19 virus in Ghana.
According to him, the Government must re-echo the importance of the covid-19 protocols, but most importantly, they should lead by example.
"The government must lead by example. They shouldn't preach the Bible and practice juju. They should preach the Bible and practice the Bible. They can't tell us not to do this and that, and they will be doing it." He said
He added that the worst of it is was when the top hierarchy of the government was at the funeral of Sir John. That is why it has become difficult for them to enforce the covid-19 protocols. They should make sure every Ghanaian respects the covid-19 protocols especially, with regards to mass gatherings.
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