Aside coronavirus, NDC is a virus in the lives of Ghanaians - Abronye DC

Aside coronavirus, NDC is a virus in the lives of Ghanaians - Abronye DC

- Abronye DC has taken a swipe at former president Mahama and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) for deciding to form a COVID-19 response team

- Abronye DC believes the move is mischievous

- He added that Ghana is suffering from 2 major pandemics one of which he said is the NDC

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In the face of this coronavirus pandemic that has hit the world so hard and causing fear among Ghanaians, Abronye DC has decided to do a little bit of politics with that.

He took a swipe at former president Mahama and the National Democratic Congress (NDC), for deciding to assist in their own way to help address issues by forming a COVID-19 response team.

Reacting to the news of the NDC formation of a COVID-19 response team, Abronye DC believes the move is just being mischievous.

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He added that Ghana is suffering from 2 major pandemics one of which he said is the NDC.

According to him, NDC is Ghana’s major problem as Boko Haram is Nigeria’s major problem.

As usual, his comments have drawn concerns, insults as well as support from some Facebook users.

Ofosu Hene said there is nothing wrong with what Abronye DC said.

Kabore asked that a dictionary should be given to him to check the meaning of the pandemic.

Evelyn believes the NPP government did nothing to stop the virus from entering the country

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Meanwhile, politician, entrepreneur and on-screen actor John Dumelo has expressed his concerns on how petty traders, street hawkers and persons working in the informal sector would survive, should the government enforce a lockdown.

Dumelo held the view that such people mentioned would be at a disadvantage since their sources of income will be greatly affected.

In a Facebook post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Dumelo suggested what the government could consider doing should there be a lockdown.

He suggested that electricity and water tariffs for the period of lockdown be reduced.

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