The MP for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong advised Ghanaians to be very serious regarding the coronavirus pandemic as the second wave is very dangerous.
Kennedy Agyapong has revealed that all countries across the world have been affected financially by the Covid-19 and that no nation would be willing to help Ghana in tough times.
He also urged the government to shut down the schools, as the second wave of the Covid-19 is extreme.
Kennedy Agyapong announced that he had left school at a very old age, although that did not stop him from becoming ambitious.
He noted that once schools are closing down and lives are secure it is safer.
He urged parents to consider not having children to go to school because of the high school tuition they charged because their children’s lives are so valuable.
Until it stands now, in schools, more than 200 students have tested positive for covid-19, contributing to the plurality of Ghanaians pushing for closing schools to save lives.