The former president of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama has charged the president of Ghana, Nana Akuffo Addo to heighten his plan to fight in fighting Covid-19 in Ghana.
Following the president’s declaration of Wednesday as a day of fasting and prayers in the country to fight the coronavirus outbreak, ex president Mahama, reacted saying, prayers won’t solve the situation, but rather government must rearrange it plans and give a strategic laid down plans on how to combat the virus before the worse happens.
“Our leaders owe this nation not just prayers but a plan, too,” he added.
Speaking at the end of a three-day fasting and prayer program orgaised by the NDC, he challenged Ghanaians to forgo political affiliations and personal gains and focus on helping to combat the ruthless coronavirus in the country. Going further, he disclosed that the doors of the NDC are wide open to the NPP government for free partnership or consultation on fighting the virus.