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Akufo-Addo ordered beaches to be closed but his in-law’s Sandbox hosted Activate concert – A Plus

Many people have been criticizing the President’s directive as selective and unenforceable.

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  • Many people have been criticizing the President’s directive as selective and unenforceable.

On 20 December 2020, President Akufo-Addo upheld the directive that cinemas, bars, and beaches will remain closed as part of the coronavirus containment restrictions adopted. During his 20th address to the nation on steps instituted by the government to combat Covid-19, he made this remark.

Until further notice, beaches, bars, cinemas, and nightclubs are closed. In full compliance with the COVID-19 protocols, all other entities that have been approved to work must continue to do so,” President Akufo-Addo said.

One week later, however, on December 28th, 2020, with little respect for Covid-19, Sandbox beach and club, owned by his cousin’s wife and secretary, Nana Asante Bediatuo, Sarah O. Femi Bediatuo hosted Davido and Stonebwoy’s Trigger concert, judging from the photos shared online during and after the event. No one has been detained or interrogated so far, leading to strong criticism of the President.

Kwame Aplus, a politician and NPP member, led the pack:

Beaches and pubs remain closed.” Sandbox belongs to his cousin; where Davido performed to thousands of people at the “Activate Party” is a forest abi?” ”

When you inquire why the beaches are closed, they will tell you that they will transmit coronavirus if people swim. But holding pool parties and playing together is okay.

To minimize the distribution of covid-19, cinemas are closed, but the government maintains activities in the same cinemas where presentations are projected on wide screens.

I wonder if when you watch the new Hollywood movies, the virus just spreads. We don’t need to kill this Ankasa nation. Let’s keep it in good shape so that we can sell it and share the cash.

Many individuals have so far criticized the President’s order as being selective and unenforceable.

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