- Ursula Owusu, MP for Ablekuma West Constituency, has cautioned men to take the COVID-19 protocols seriously
- This follows reports that men who contract COVID-19 stand a chance of losing their potency in bed even after recovery
- According to the MP, ladies might soon start seeking the history of their men pertaining to COVID-19 before accepting to be with them
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The Member of Parliament for the Ablekuma West Constituency, Ursula Owusu, has urged Ghanaian men to take the COVID-19 prevention protocols really seriously.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Facebook handle of Ursula Owusu, the Communications and Digitization Minister-designate spoke on the grounds of the report that the coronavirus causes impotence in men.
As YEN.com.gh earlier reported, Dr Frank Serebour who is the vice-president of the Ghana Medical Association revealed that some recovered male COVID-19 patients were becoming weak in the bedroom.
He indicated this is from reports received all over the country by many doctors who have dealt with COVID-19 patients and cautioned the general public against disregarding the COVID-19 prevention protocols.
Because of the reports, Ursula Owusu indicated that ladies will start asking for the past health history of men pertaining to the COVID-19 before accepting their proposal.
"Please mask up and save your relationships. We may demand negative test results before we commit ooo. Push us not and mask up!!! Save your life and that of the stakeholder's", she said.
In another compelling report by YEN.com.gh, Emmanuel Nii Adom Quaye, popularly known as Striker, from the famous Beast of No Nation movie has been spotted on the streets in a recent video that is fast going viral on social media.
In the footage sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official YouTube channel of Celebritiesbuzz TV, the young man admitted that he has been depressed as a result of his low status.
This was after a young man who had a brief chat with Striker in the video suggested to the actor that the rapid rise of his comrade, Abraham Attah, contributed to him feeling bad for himself.
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