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Asenso-Boakye showers praises on Nana Addo over Covid-19 fight

Deputy Chief of Staff, Francis Asenso-Boakye, has showered praised on President Nana Akufo-Addo for the effective manner he has managed the pandemic coronavirus so far.

According to him, the president has showed unique leadership, commitment and desire by implementing the best of policies in order to contain and halt the spread of the virus.

In this regard, Asenso-Boakye has urged the populace to also support the president by adhering to the etiquettes of the safety protocols, in order to defeat the virus.

Asenso-Boakye, who is the NPP Parliamentary Candidate (PC) for Bantama for the 2020 polls, said this at Bantama on Thursday, July 9, 2020, after registering for the voters’ card. 

“The president has taken the appropriate steps and implement the best of policies to defeat the virus so let us also do our part by wearing the nose masks, practicing social distancing and frequently sanitizing and washing hands under running water”, he told journalists in Kumasi.

He said he was impressed about the high patronage that the exercise has enjoyed in Bantama and other places, urging the people to continue to patronage the exercise.

Covid-19 Education

The Deputy Chief of Staff also admonished Ghanaians, especially the potential registrants, to strictly adhere to health protocols in order to stay safe from the Covid-19.

He particularly charged the citizenry to exercise social distancing, wear face mask and also wash their hands with running water and soap, among others, all the time.

Free Face Mask

As part of his efforts in the prevention of the virus spread, presented quantities of face masks and sanitizers to some people at Bantama.

According to him, the presentation shows his commitment in the fight against the dreaded pandemic coronavirus that is claiming lives in the country, and promise to present more face masks later on.

Source: Ghana/otecfmghana.com/Francis Appiah

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