In the face of the coronavirus pandemic that has hit several countries across the globe, what most governments and individuals are really concerned about is the way out of this situation.
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That might not be the only thought running through the minds of Ghanaians as it stands now.
An aide to former President John Dramani Mahama, Stan Xoese Dogbe seems to have a lot of questions on his mind.
He took to his Facebook page a few hours after the Health Ministry publicly announced that the pandemic has finally hit the country.
He put across certain questions that are quite critical and mind-boggling.
He quizzed how the two individuals were found and detected to be carrying the virus.
According to him, health officials and sources in the presidency allegedly confirmed that the cases were known as of yesterday afternoon prior to the recording to the President's address on March 11, 2020.
He also quizzed whether that was done to prevent questions from both the government and the World Health Organisation.
Ghanaians have as usual reacted to the post from the Stan Dogbe and shared quite interesting points and questions as well as suggestions.
Ernest asked if politics could wait a bit.
Joe could not believe that politics was eating into this pandemic
Tanko quizzed if the president didn;t know about the virus before he did his address yesterday.
Awal believes it is a political conspiracy theory at work.
Frederick simply advised that we go by the statement of the president since that was official.
Gyamfua could not believe that immediately the money was announced to tackle the virus , we recorded our first case.
Kofi Wayo listed his own set of questions he believes the president should answer.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that two cases of coronavirus had been confirmed in Ghana.
According to the Health Minister, the two persons tested positive after laboratory tests from the Noguchi Memorial Institute of Medical Research on Thursday, March 12, 2020.
The cases according to the Health Minister were reported as ‘imported cases’ as both individuals returned to Ghana from Norway and Turkey.
He made this known at an emergency press briefing organized by the Information ministry.
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