Former Ghanaian president John Mahana has asked all people despite their political affiliation to come together in the fight against coronavirus. Mahama went ahead to ask his former appointees to help the government fight the pandemic.
Mahama in his statement asked the UN and ECOWAS to have in place enforceable ways of dealing with the virus.
According to former president:
“I have instructed all former appointees of my administration who assisted in our readiness efforts during the ebola epidemic to aid the government in whatever way they can if requested to do so. This virus is an enemy to all Ghanaians, and the call to duty in the fight against it rises above partisanship and politics.”
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