Let's not play politics with this - Koku Anyidoho, after losing uncle to COVID-19

Let's not play politics with this - Koku Anyidoho, after losing uncle to COVID-19

- Koku Anyidoho has strongly advised Ghana not to play politics with COVID-19 as the country would live to regret it

- The former Presidential Aide said this after losing his uncle in London to the novel coronavirus

- A handful of reactions gathered under Samuel Koku Anyidoho's post on Twitter

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Samuel Koku Anyidoho, a former Presidential Aide & Head of Communications at the office of the president has strongly advised the nation not to do politics with COVID-19.

In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Twitter handle of Koku Anyihodo, the founder & CEO of Atta-Mills Institute, indicated that he recently lost his uncle in London to the pandemic.

Koku, who is also immediate past NDC Deputy General Secretary, added that he personally chose to abstain from politics on COVID-19 because everyone would live to regret it if they did that.

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See the post below:

Koku Anyidoho made the rather eye-popping statements in his Easter message to the general public on his Twitter handle.

It appears that the sad loss of Koku's uncle has stirred a sense of real impending danger in him, which is why he chose to issue the strong piece of advice to Ghanaians.

Interestingly, Koku Anyidoho's post saw only a few reactions. Charles Cardinal asked him what he was doing to protect his party members:

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Meanwhile, an old visually impaired woman called Yaya Kwanjit at Saanbona in the North East Region of Ghana with the wish to lie on a mattress before she dies now rejoices as her wishes have come true.

JoyNews made the presentation of five mattresses and many other gifts in cash and kind as several people had come out to donate massively after the old woman's story was aired.

Yaya Kwanjit, was so overwhelmed when the items reached her, she wouldn’t stop blessing those who sent her the gifts.

According to Yaya Kwanjit, she is currently convinced with the love shown her that even a stone can germinate.

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