Government has rejected claims by the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) that it is giving Ghanaians “false hope” when it says the country’s coronavirus situation is under control
Deputy Information Minister, Pius Hadzide, at a press conference in Accra Friday said the claims are false and without basis.
At a press conference on Thursday, Minority Leader, Haruna Iddrisu accused the government of not being forthright on the coronavirus figures in Ghana.
“Government should desist from selling false hope of a situation under control and using its management of information as a cover for this farce.
“That insults the intelligence of Ghanaians. We are at 3,000 and you say that we should wait, all is well. All was not well when we were at 200 and 300 [cases]. How can it be well at 3,000 [cases] and counting?” he queried.
The Minority Leader also claimed that science had been relegated to the background by the President who is instead, relying on signs and wonders.
Mr Hadzide denies this.
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He said: “The claim from the NDC that science has been relegated to the background and that president Akufo-Addo seems more interested in his re-election that the safety of Ghanaians is false and without basis.
“The NDC cannot be allowed to approbate and reprobate on this matter.”
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