Foreigners react after seeing Akufo-Addo's measures against COVID-19

Foreigners react after seeing Akufo-Addo's measures against COVID-19

- Many people from countries other than Ghana have dragged their presidents in the mud online after seeing a post of Nana Addo's relief measures

- In focus was Nana Addo's directive for all Ghanaians to be provided with free water for 3 solid months

- Individuals from Nigeria, Malawi, UK, US, and others bitterly criticized their presidents for their poor efforts as against the wonderful exploits of Ghana's president

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News about the social relief and disease control measures that Ghana's president, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, put in place against COVID-19 has gathered massive reactions online.

In particular was the provision of free water for every Ghanaian for the next three months, April, May and June, to help battle the global pandemic which has been spreading in the country since March 12, 2020.

People from Nigeria, Malawi, Uganda, USA, UK and more have showered praises on Ghana's president, asking him to come and rule their countries, and dragging their own presidents in the mud for poor measures against COVID-19.

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See the post be BBC that gathered the reactions below:

Roja Kats from Uganda asked that Ghana's president be allowed to come and rule their country for just one month:

Gil Ekane compares Nana Addo's efforts to that of the Camerounian president who he claims has gone 'missing' in the face of the COVID-19 crisis:

Danu Korra from Ethiopia compared the water situation in both countries, indicating they get water only once a week:

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Gerrard Yusif R Asante mentioned that Nana Addo's policies and interventions are urgently needed in the UK and USA:

Khalif-Harun 'Dreamtease' Otayokhe commended Nana for his immense efforts and added that his country, Nigeria, is waiting for manna to fall from heaven:

Edward Zuze chose to be rather sarcastic, saying she hopes her country, Malawi, would do the same under the leadership of their wise president.

As of April 5, 2020, Ghana has recorded 214 confirmed cases of COVID-19 with five deaths. Greater Accra Region has most cases (189) followed by the Ashanti Region (12), Northern Region (10), Upper West Region (1), Eastern Region (1) and Upper East Region (1).

Ghana's president, on the night of April 5, 2020, came out with a powerful list of social interventions to help Ghanaians as they fight against the COVID-19 canker.

In other news, Ghana's Information Minister, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, has indicated that 925 people who came to Ghana and were kept in mandatory quarantine would be discharged to their homes.

The minister made the declaration on his official and verified Twitter handle, indicating that all the people to be discharged tested negative after been quarantined for 14 days.

According to Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, the military and the national security secretariat would be coordinating the exit and transport of all the people to their homes on April 5 and April 6.

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