Let’s Observe Social Distance Even In Our Homes – Ayawaso Bawumia


The Assembly Member for South Dzorwulu and the Deputy Secretary of the Ayawaso Constituency of the New Patriotic Party, NPP, Hon. David Anorlejameh Sparks also known as, Ayawaso Bawumia says the Coronavirus is real and there is the need for all to take personal safety measures by washing hands regularly under running water and applying hand sanitizer.


He also asked the general public to follow all directives given by President Nana Akufo-Addo as part of efforts to prevent the spread of the novel Coronavirus which is fast spreading across the world

Speaking in an interview with this portal, Mr. Anorlejameh Sparks clarified the reasons and necessities that prompted President Akufo Addo to lift the lockdown, based on allegations being raised against the president by opposition parties.

According to him, the President lifted the lockdown upon the counsel of seasoned doctors from Nuguchi Scientific Research Center and other stake holders involved in the fight against COVID-19.

The initiative by the president has helped Ghanaians to get back to their daily activities to earn income but unfortunately the move is being politicized by some Ghanaians.

Mr. Anorlejameh Sparks noted that politicizing the lift of the lockdown is not necessary, and that the most important rule to fight COVID-19 is for everyone to wash their hands and put on their nose mask.

He explained further that, worldwide, there is no standard measure for fighting the virus.

However, upon which standard would one stand on to criticize the lifting of the lockdown by the president.

If anyone would discredit the data the president based on to lift the ban, then such fellow is shallow in knowledge since there is no hundred percent accuracy in data analysis.

Honourable David Anorlejameh Sparks stated emphatically that it is a known fact that intellectually the opposition NDC are low and so their allegations are baseless.

He explained how helpful the lifting has been to Ghanaians since people could have died of hunger. If the lockdown had continued, people would have broken into other people’s provision shops to steal food for survival.

He shared over three thousand packages of food to the people in his area but was still not enough for them.

In furtherance, the president considered security issues and the safety of Ghanaians, as continuous lockdown could have affected the area of security in the country.

Therefore it was out of good leadership and a bold step the president took to lift the lockdown; making him gain commendation from the Times in the USA.

He cautioned the NDC not to play politics with the issue since they have little knowledge on the issue at hand.

If they had any offer to support Ghanaians they should have consulted the government and the stakeholders involved in the COVID-19 fight for a better arrangement.

He condemned former president John Dramani Mahamah’s move of sharing food to certain peculiar people with the motive of winning their vote.

By: Joseph Nana Yaw Cobbina


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