A Ghanaian who has been prominent in the political landscape of the country, Dr. Arthur Kennedy, has released a video online in which he appealed to the government to release ambulances purchased for the health sector.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the government had secured 275 ambulances to augment the work to which the existing 100 vehicles are being used for.
It was reported that the purchase followed the 2016 campaign pledge of President Akufo-Addo with regard to providing every constituency in Ghana with $1 million.
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In a video that has since gone viral, Dr. Kennedy called on the government to act in the best interest of Ghanaians.
Ghanaians have expressed support for the call and took to social media to give reasons for their stance:
Agbewornu said they will soon tag him as NDC.
Ali noted that 1 NPP member is reacting to a strange decision by the government.
Benjamin wondered why people are still defending their position on the matter.
King predicted that people will soon blast him for the video.
Alexander added that Dr. Kennedy is being truthful.
In other news, Ghana’s first lady, Rebecca Akufo-Addo, has shared photos of paintings done by students of the SOS village and Demonstration School for the Deaf.
She explained that the paintings were made for her and for that reason she truly appreciates the gesture.
According to her, a determined effort to sustain the interest in arts could lead to opportunities for Ghanaian children in the future.
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