- The Progessive People’s Party (PPP) owned by Papa Kwesi Nduom has pledged seven ambulances to the government in the fight of coronavirus
- The ambulances would be on standby and released to the government once there is a use for them
- The running mate of Nduom, Brigitte Dzogbenuku made the revelation while praising the NPP government for the fight of coronavirus so far
- She said this is time to show support and put aside politics
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The founder, leader, and owner of the PPP, Papa Kwesi Nduom, has pledged seven ambulances to help the government fight the novel coronavirus.
This was disclosed by the 2016 running mate of Dr. Nduom, Madam Brigitte Dzogbenuku, at a meeting with President Akufo-Addo.
She added that the ambulances would be on standby and quickly delivered to the government if need be for them.
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This was sighted by YEN.com.gh in a report by Pulse.com.gh.
Madam Dzogbenuku further applied the government’s effort in fighting the novel coronavirus, saying “we are quite happy”.
According to her, the various measures by the government to curb the spread of the virus including the closure of borders, the mandatory quarantine of travelers, and partial lockdown, are apt and plausible.
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“We are quite happy. Nobody in the world has been here before, and no one here can claim to know how to do it better than anybody else. We are all learning as we go along,” Miss Dzogbenuku emphasised.
She further urged her fellow poloticians to put aside the “competitive blinders” for now and put on the “compassionate lenses” as Ghana fight the coronavirus.
Meanwhile, Ghana's confirmed coronavirus count stands at 214, as of Sunday, April 5, 2020.
Also, the Guinean coronavirus patient who escaped from the hospital in Tamale has been found and arrested in Accra.
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