COVID-19: We have to find a way to live with the virus ”-Akufo-Addo

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President Nana Addo-Dankwa Akufo-Addo says Ghanaians will have to find a way to live with the novel coronavirus since it is here with us.

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Making remarks when he received the Chiefs and Queen mothers of Kome and Shime from the Anloga District of the Volta Region Wednesday 20th May, 2020, the President said “The virus is here but we have to find a way to live with it. Visits like yours here tell us that yes, Ghana’s business must continue”.

The President also reminded the delegation he will be visiting them to renew his mandate for four more years in office as the December Presidential/Parliamentary elections draw near.

 

 

 

He asked them to consider his quest favorably to have his mandate renewed.

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“You know this year is an important year for me. I am going to come back to you to mark my examination papers and I am hoping that you are going to give me a favorable remark at the end of the day, so that we can continue the work that we are doing”, the President said.

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The Chiefs and Queen mothers expressed happiness about the social interventions of the Akufo-Addo led administration, saying it “have bettered the lives of Ghanaians”.

They were eternally grateful to the Akufo-Addo government for its social interventions such as the One District, One Factory, NABCO, Planting for Food and Jobs and the Creation of new regions and districts.

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“We the chiefs and people of Kome/Shime, applaud your government for such impressive social interventions” Agbotadua Kumasah mentioned.

Furthermore, he said “We are fully aware of your sleepless nights to turn the downward economy around. This has positively reflected in the lives of the citizenry. We are aware of you working tirelessly to combat the novel deadly coronavirus with your team of experts to prevent its damaging socio-economic and psychological effect on the lives of Ghanaians and we say well done” Agbotadua Kumasah added.

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