Member of parliament for Ningo-Prampram, Sam George has given indication he will disregard calls for him to wear Facemask, so long as President Nana Akufo Addo doesn’t wear one. The wearing of a Facemask has been advocated as one of the best ways of halting the spread of the virus.
In a Facebook post on May 12, Sam George alleges that the president appeared in public without wearing Facemask. He went on to accuse the president of not leading my example. But when a commentator averted his mind for appearing in public without Facemask, the Ningo Prampram MP, who has gained notoriety for being associated with issues that have little or no impact on his constituents, said he was just taking a lesson from the President.
“I am following the President’s footsteps. I would continue to disregard the call to wear face masks until the President does same.”
Ironically, Sam George’s decision not to wear Facemasks was days before the issue of the president not wearing Facemasks became an issue. He was alleged to have invaded a premises in Accra, where the EC was holding a program for its staff.
Obrempong-Nana Kwaku Ampomah is a native of Abompe in the Eastern Region and has lived in Anyinam and Asamang Tamfoe in Eastern Region and Kumasi, Ashanti Region, from 1996 to 2005, 2005 to 2015 and 2015 to date respectively. Since 2016, Obrempong-Nana has been a freelance journalist
and responsible for Fishing for stories to feed a host of radio and TV stations like UTV, Kumasi fm, Ahotor fm, Adehye fm, Abusua fm, Kings Radio, Otec fm, Metro fm, Power fm, Good life fm, Eastern fm, Kingdom fm, Adoa TV, Ashh fm, solid fm, Today's radio, just for few, across the country. He's currently the host of the following programs, Asɛm Yi Di Ka, Time With The Priest and Hwɛ Mmra No Mu on YOA Radio, an online Radio based in Accra-Ghana. He's also the CEO Obrempong-Nana Media. He's much interested in writing Articles and Script Editing. His bi-cultural background and focus on community collaboration has led
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