- Popular artist manager, Bulldog, has criticized Nana Addo's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic in a viral post
- According to Bulldog, December would be a tough time for Nana Addo as he has been unable to deliver even 1 person 1 nose mask
- This comes on the back of President Akufo-Addo's law that anyone seen without a face mask would either go to prison or pay a huge sum of money
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Artiste Manager and showbiz personality, Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson popularly known in the music scene as Bulldog has questioned President Nana Addo in a recent post.
Bulldog's complete wording as sighted by YEN.com.gh shows that the popular artiste manager was triggered to make the statements by the recent declaration from President Nana Akufo-Addo that face masks were now compulsory.
In addition, the president passed a law which came into force on June 15, 2020, that those without face mask risk being incarcerated between four and 10 years or will pay a fine of GH¢12,000 to GH¢60,000, or both.
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According to Bulldog, the punitive measure that has been instituted against those who would not put on nose masks is highly uncalled for as he explained that Ghanaians are already experiencing a bad time due to COVID-19.
"Even before COVID hit us, people could barely feed based on the haphazard way you run this economy! Now that we are down and out and finding our feet you threaten imprisonments and fines?" he asked Nana Addo
"You promised 1 this 1 that and you failed woefully! You cannot deliver ordinary 1 mask 1 person? If so, what is your purpose as an administrator of Ghana’s wealth?" Bulldog further added before concluding that December would be a trying time for the president.
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Bulldog has not been the only one complaining about the government's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Gary Al-Smith, a renowned Ghanaian sports journalist who tested positive for COVID-19 had outlined insider-details concerning how Ghana is handling the pandemic.
The popular journalist who works with Multimedia gave the full account of how 'messed up' the COVID-19 management in Ghana is, in a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on his Facebook handle.
Gary's write-up captured four key areas in which Ghana has gotten completely misconstrued with regards to the handling of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
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