Coronavirus: Akufo-Addo washes hands to show ‘leadership by example’ (Video)

Coronavirus: Akufo-Addo washes hands to show ‘leadership by example’ (Video)

- President Akufo-Addo has washed his hands with the help of a lady

- The video was shared by the Information Minister Kojo Oppong Nkrumah

- He said the president was proving the common saying “leadership by example”

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President Akufo-Addo has proven the popular saying “leadership by example” with a video washing his hands as a measure to prevent coronavirus.

The president was being helped by a lady to wash his hands.

The video was shared by the Minister Kojo Oppong Nkrumah which he captioned: “A sign of leadership, thank you Mr. President.”

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Some Ghanaians have reacted to the video with many of them criticising him.

Phyllis, for instance, said the president was being fake:

Thomas also said the NPP insulted John Mahama when he washed his hands but are praising Akufo-Addo. To him, the NPP are hypocrites:

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Amoako believed Akufo-Addo was copying the former president Mahama who earlier washed his hands in public:

However, Abells, thinks the president did the right thing, however, the lady was too close to him and it was not the right thing:

Sam also had his own opinion, saying there is a “big mistake” in the video:

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Peter also had his own reason for finding a fault with the video:

Rex also opined that the lady could be a risk:

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There are a lot of such comments about how Ghanaians reacted to the president’s video washing his hands.

Meanwhile, Akufo-Addo had said earlier that the government is weighing all options before it decides on a lockdown.

He explained that the majority of Ghanaians who are of the working class and also ordinary citizens would suffer if a lockdown should be decided on now.

The president was reacting to the many calls on him to lock down the country as a measure to curb the spread of coronavirus.

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