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Coronavirus: Government took the best decision to save the nation from havoc - Sammy Awuku

Contrary to criticism by the opposition that Akufo-Addo failed to heed to early warning signals of Coronavirus, the National Organizer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Sammy Awuku has revealed that government read the game well and took the best decision to save the country from the invincible enemy.

He pointed out that he had a chat with some researchers and health experts who are on the frontline told him the President acted just at the right time.

Speaking in an interview on Asempa Fm’s Ekosii-sen , Sammy Awuku said the President was meticulous in going through suggestions, advice and ideas and eventually came out with the best solution to contain the situation.

“2 health experts and researchers told me the President acted just at the right time and that if he had acted too early he could have posed a problem, if acted too late too had its own ramifications but in all, the President acted on time and with precision,” Sammi Awuku said.

He further praised the President saying, the President has shown courage and deserves respect and support on any day.

He noted that if the government had heeded to the pressure from the minority to ferry Ghanaians in Wuhan, China to Ghana , we would have gone down the abyss of COVID-19. Arguing that countries who went to bring their citizens and students from China to their respective countries have suffered the worst cases of the pandemic including: Italy, Spain, Germany and UK, the rest are France etc.

So far Ghana has recorded 287 cases with 5 deaths and 3 discoveries.

“The President has shown courage and determination in the face of the pandemic. This is no time for politics but a time for sacrifices to be made in the supreme interest of the country. The President has proven beyond reasonably doubt that he knows the job,” NPP National Organizer Sammy Awuku said.

Source: Sharp News GH

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