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April 9, 2020

Chinese billionaire Ren Zhiqiang, who is a very influential member of China’s ruling communist party is seriously being investigated according to Daily Mail news paper. Mr. Ren Zhiqiang who went missing after calling President Xi a clown in handling coronavirus pandemic is being investigated for “serious violations of discipline”

According to Daily Mail,  the business tycoon is being investigated on suspicion of “severe violations of discipline and law” a joint government party watchdog has disclosed.

Me. Ren Zhiqiang disappeared in March after publishing his online article, criticising President Xi Jinping and calling him a clown. Beijing watchdog noted that Ren is undergoing a review and monitoring investigation.


Ren had not been seen since March after he criticised the president’s speech he made in February about his government’s efforts to combat covid-19. His friends and business associates revealed he has not been available since 12 March and this made them very worried.


His close friend and businesswoman, Wang Ying said “many of his friends are looking for him and this made them extremely anxious. Ren Zhiqiangis a public figure and his disappearance is widely known. The institutions responsible for this need to give a reasonable and legal explanation for this as soon as possible” she told Reuters

According to Reuters,  a call made to his mobile phone went through but no one picked up.

Kelvin M. Ashong    Twitter @Mawunya_

April 9, 2020

John Nkengasong, Africa’s Director of the Center for Disease Control (CDC)

The African Union Commission (AU) is appealing to its member states not to repatriate other African nationals who test positive for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) while in jurisdictions different from their home countries.

Rather, the Commission wants such persons to be treated just like any other patient of the disease in the countries they tested positive.

According to the Director for the African Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) at the AU, Dr John Nkengasong, it would be out of place to repatriate such persons.

His comment followed the government of Ghana’s indications to repatriate 10 ECOWAS nationals who tested positive for COVID-19 after being arrested and placed into mandatory quarantine in Tamale, in the Northern Region recently.

The Minister of Information, Mr Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, had on Sunday, March 29, 2020 given an indication that the ten would not be treated in Ghana, a decision many have described would rather put the lives of many others at risk of contracting the virus should they be repatriated.

“If a national of a member state tests positive in a country different from their home country, they should seek care in that country, and officials ought to engage with physicians on how to adequately manage the process of care,” Dr Nkengasong said.

Video Press Conference

Addressing journalists across the continent via video conference, he maintained that member states need to intensify their ability to test and detect patients, isolate them and find their contact to be monitored as containment strategies.

Giving an update of the pandemic in Africa, he said as of 9 am East African Time on April 2, 2020, Africa had recorded an increased number of 6,213 cases in 49 countries, with 221 deaths and 469 recoveries.

The AU, he said, has presently deployed an online platform in delivering training on laboratory diagnostics, surveillance, and infection prevention and control for member states due to travel restriction.

Similarly, the Africa CDC, he said is providing support to countries through the distribution of test kits and other logistics to assist in the care and treatment of patients.

Mobile Laboratories

Dr Nkengasong also pointed out that, with countries such as South Africa, Ghana, Algeria, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Cote d’ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Egypt, Mauritius, Morocco, Nigeria and Senegal recording increased positive cases, member states ought to quickly adopt the use of mobile laboratories to undertake door-to-door testing of people in areas affected by the infection.

Already, South Africa, he said had commenced using the mobile laboratories to test and identify those infected and isolate them as containment measures.

He stressed that the lockdown of cities across the continent identified as epicentres of the disease should come with the ability to quickly test people and find their contacts should such results return positive.

“You must have a good specimen system that you can supplement the mobile laboratories with so that the turnaround time for results becomes efficient so people do not become overly apprehensive,” Dr Nkengasong said.

He said that as the numbers keep increasing on the continent, “We need to bear in mind that the virus will find its way into vulnerable communities and sit itself there and that’s where you see it exploding and spreading further into multiple countries as witnessed in Europe and other places,” he said.

Commending governments in the affected countries for the lockdowns being implemented in cities where the infections are spreading, he said, such would go to minimise social harms.

The Director however, encouraged them to build local partnerships and let the communities understand the benefit of the lockdown.

“Create champions from the community, liaise with chiefs and opinion leaders, sensitise them and get them to understand the effects of the social distancing as a key proven method for controlling the outbreak,” Dr Nkengasong counselled.

Africa’s Own Vaccines

Asked whether Africa is looking at research solutions towards finding its own vaccines to cure the pandemic instead of always looking up to the international community for such, Dr Nkengasong said that, although some 30 candidate vaccines are undergoing trials, l’Institut Pasteur, located in Senegal which is Africa’s foremost developer of vaccines presently has no such focus.

However, he emphasised that there are groups that are looking into vaccines testing which require a coordinated effort.

The Coalition of Epidemic Preparedness and Innovation (CEPI), he said also has a variety of vaccines they are currently pushing through, “but regardless of who is producing it, we should not expect a vaccine within the next 12 months, that’s the unfortunate situation,” he underscored.

On the recent Anti-COVID-19 Fund established by the AU, Dr Nkengasong said that there are engagements ongoing for bilateral and multilateral support for the fund.

“There is an appeal for multiple partnership and they have seen a lot of goodwill expressed to support from bilateral and multilateral partners of Africa, but we need to see that those goodwill are being translated into concrete actions,” he pointed out.

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April 9, 2020

The Managing Editor of New Crusading Guide newspaper, Abdul Malik Kweku Baako has reacted to some ‘inconsistent’ and ‘dishonest’ claims by the National Democratic Congress (NDC) over the coronavirus pandemic.

Speaking on Peace FM’s Kokrokoo, the veteran journalist punched holes in a number of statements made by the party and some of its members including National Communications Director, Sammy Gyamfi and Member of Parliament for Juaboso, Kwabena Minta Akandoh.

At the peak of the outbreak in the Chinese province Hubei, the NDC led a campaign for the evacuation of Ghanaian students in China.

The government turned down those requests and instead sent relief items to the students.

With the situation in China normalizing and no Ghanaian casualty, Kweku Baako holds that the NDC has been exposed.

He described the NDC’s approach as ‘fear mongering’ and an attempt to create a negative image for the government.

“This call for us to bring back our brothers and sisters in China, the context disturbed me a bit. They made it look like the government was insensitive and uncaring. There was an element of scaremongering and it was based on that fact that the virus started there and if we don’t go for them, they were going to die”.

“I listened to some of the students and here in Ghana the NDC MPs also generated some amount of fear and to cast the government in a character of being insensitive. What I’m here now is that none of the students was affected so where was the fear. The students are in the danger zone but were not affected so why was the fear mongering by the NDC. The fear generated by the NDC has no bases, he said.

He also described as ‘untrue’ a supposed claim by Mintah Akandoh that the World Health Organization in February, rated Ghana’s preparation for the virus as zer(0).

Citing a fact-finding report by the Media Foundation for West Africa, Baako insisted that WHO never made such conclusions on their assessment of Ghana’s preparedness for the virus.

“They claim WHO rated us zero. I think Akandoh made that statement and it turned out not to be true. The Media Foundation for West Africa did a fact-finding on the claims and it turned out be false”.

“Quoting a portion from the report, Baako said ‘Akandoh, we started talking about preparations before WHO came in to scores us zero for not being prepared. Verdict: completely false. Explanation given was that in February, WHO issued a report on Ghana’s preparedness status based on their review as at February 7, 2020. The statement rated Ghana on various aspect of preparations including laboratory capacity, surveillance and coordination and overall preparation. The only category Ghana was rated zero percent was case management which is understandable because Ghana had not recorded any case at the time”, he said.

Kweku Baako also reacted to claims by Sammy Gyamfi and Alhassan Suhuyini that the measures being implemented by the government in the fight against the virus were proposed by former President, John Mahama.

“I’m hearing that the President’s address and proposals were stolen from Mahama. When did Mahama speak? If I’m not mistaken, Mahama spoke on April 4. They claim they President is executing prescriptions by President Mahama”.

“Has anyone read Ofori Atta’s presentation to Parliament on March 11 and 30. He told Parliament that measures are being put in place to close a possible financial gap in the 2020 Budget that could result from the coronavirus”.

“On March 30 before Mahama spoke, he (Ofori Atta) came out with a document captioned “Covid Alleviation Programme”.

Paragraph 38 of Ofori Atta’s speech to Parliament reads “Mr Speaker, that is why to mitigate the impact of coronavirus on businesses and households and ensure that economic activities are sustained while minimizing job losses. The Ministry of Finance will immediately release an amount of GHC1million upon approval by Parliament”.

“The Ministry is proposing to use an equivalent of $219m from the Stabilization Fund. The cap will focus on areas that will provide maximum result on alleviating the impact of the virus pandemic with a focus on protecting job losses, livelihoods, supporting small businesses and ensuring the programme is efficiently and sustainably implemented.

“Targeted business and households will include those in the health sector, education sector, hospitality industry, small and medium enterprises and households hit by the coronavirus. The specific details of the cap will be fashioned out shortly. So, if you check the sequence, the point that someone has stolen someone’s idea is unsustainable.

Kwesi Afful

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April 8, 2020

Co-founder and CEO of Twitter,  Jack Dorsey has donated one billion American dollars for charity. The chief executive officer noted that he would be dedicating more than a quarter of his wealth to a new fund for charitable causes. Jack said part of the fund will immediately focus on coronavirus pandemic the world is battling with. The world currently have over 1.3 million cases worldwide with death toll close to 80,000

Dorsey announced it on his Twitter feed on Tuesday. According to him, the amount of around 28% of his wealth will be used for this cours. He noted that the first part of this find, which is $100,000 will be channelled to America’s Food Fund, to provide meals for those infected with coronavirus.


He however did not reveal how much of the $1 billion will be directed towards covid-19 as opposed to other charitable after the crisis ends.

“After we disarm this pandemic,  the focus will be shift to girls health and education and UBI. I believe they represent the best long term solutions to the existential problems facing the world” Jack said


His announcement came after other giant tech companies like Amazon’s CEO Jeff Bezos and Microsoft’s Co founder,  Bill Gates announced similar donations.


Both have pledged $100 million for coronavirus relief. Google, another tech giant is also donating $800 million amids coronavirus to help those affected worldwide.

Kelvin M. Ashong    Twitter @Mawunya_

April 8, 2020

Former Barcelona football star, Ronaldinho has been released from prison. The football legend was arrested somewhere early March for illegally entering Paraguay.

He has been released today to the tune of 1.6 American US Dollars. He has been in jail for 32days


Ronaldinho and his senior brother, who is his business manager entered Paraguay with illegal passport which led to the arrest of both.

Ronaldinho is well noted for football  how skillful the Brazilian was in his active football days and even now. Even in prison, he scored about 5 goals when a match was organised.  He’s also noted for his smiles even in difficult times. Even in prison,  he smiles.

We thank God for his life and we hope things unfold much better.  We shall keep you informed


Kelvin M. Ashong    Twitter @Mawunya_

April 8, 2020

The Agona East District Assembly has disinfected 11 market centers in the District as part of the directives by the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development to combat the spread of COVID -19.

The disinfection exercise started at 0700hrs and ended at 1300hrs with supervision by Mr Dennis Armah-Frempong, District Chief Executive (DCE) for Agona East and Professor Kwesi Yankah, Minister of State in-charge of Tertiary Education.

Others were Mr Solomon Paintsil, Agona East District Director of NADMO, Mr Morris Ewudze Bortse, District Finance Officer and members of Agona East COVID-19 Taskforce.

Speaking to the Media, Prof Yankah said the pandemic had devastated world economies due to ill preparations, rendering it different for health professionals to contain the spread of the virus in many countries.

He said President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo- Addo and health advisers taken the disease seriously and given directives to citizens among other measures to stem the spread of the disease in the country.

Prof Yankah said the use of alcohol based hand sanitizers and washing of hands under running water should become part of our culture to reduce the spread of the virus.

He said about two weeks ago, he donated hand sanitizers, tissues, liquid soaps, gloves, nose masks and sanitary items to health facilities in the District to assist frontline workers to discharge their duties effectively.

Prof Yankah who is also the Parliamentary Candidate for the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Constituency, said President Akufo-Addo’s fifth time of addressing the nation on COVID-19 within a month was obvious indication that he was on top of issues to combat the spread of the virus.

He said the President’s decision for government to absorb three months water bills of Ghanaians due to the COVID-19 was a clear unprecedented quality leadership to help fight the dreadful disease.

The Minister said the stimulus packages announced for health professionals who were leading the fight against the dangerous virus showed how the President and Health Experts were eager to eliminate the virus in Ghana.

He called on all Ghanaians to ensure effective compliance and also observe the partial lockdown directives given.

Mr Dennis Armah-Frempong, the DCE, said the order given by the President to all MMDAs in Central Region to disinfect markets were a step in right direction to help reduce viral germs and bacterial infections and also check the spread of COVID-19.

He said a total of 11 markets in the District were disinfected and commended the market women and all stores and shop operators for complying.

He commended President Akufo- Addo for the effective measures put in place to curb the spread of the virus, adding that the nation was praying that COVID-19 would soon be a thing of the past for Ghana.

The DCE reiterated the call on Ghanaians to give accurate information to contact tracing teams to enable the country to overcome the dreadful pandemic.

Kwesi Afful

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April 8, 2020

President Trump has revealed that the United States of America will hold on funding fo the World Health Organization. The president said this in a press briefing  on Tuesday.  He threatened to cut United States  funding to the World Health Organization.

In his recent speech, the president accused the World Health Organization of acting bias towards China in the midst of coronavirus pandemic.

“We’re going to put a very powerful hold on funding to WHO. We’re going to put a hold on money spent to the WHO” Donald Trump noted.


America is currently battling with coronavirus. As we speak,  close to 340,000 people have been infected with the virus. Over 12000 people have lost their lives to this deadly virus.

America have 392,285 cases of coronavirus with death toll at 12,758 and 21,768 recoveries. Deaths today alone in the United States is said to be the highest to be recorded anywhere in the world since COVID-19 began.


The president however gave no details about how much money or funds will be withheld. Few minutes later during the press briefing, he noted that he’s not saying he’s going to do it. But will look at ending funding. He added


Trump’s comments was build on his posts on Twitter earlier, accusing the WHO of being “very china centric”

Kelvin M. Ashong    Twitter   @Mawunya_

April 8, 2020

Social media and advertising company,  Facebook has launched a new social media app for couples. The app called “Tuned” was launched on Thursday, the 7th of April 2020.

The app is said to allow couples to share photos, chat  and to share music as well. It would also allow couples to share their memories on their timelines.

Media outlet, The Information, which first reported the news noted that the product was made by a small team inside Facebook called New Product Experimentation, NPE team which has been tasked by the company to build new social media  products.

According to NPE, the new app is a “private space where you and your significant other can just be yourselves”


Tuned has already been ranked number 872 in the United states and number 550 in Canada in the social networking category. Sensor Tower revealed


The app is only available on apple’s app store in the United states and Canada in the mean time.

Kelvin M. Ashong    Twitter @Mawunya_

April 7, 2020

Israel Health Minister, Yaakov Litzman who claims coronavirus was devine punishment from God has tested positive for the virus.

Mr. Yaakov Litzman revealed last month that coronavirus was devine punishment from almighty God for immoral practices most especially homosexuality.


According to the Times of Israel,  Yaakov who is 71years was accused of violating his own ministry’s guidelines. Reports say the minister violated guidelines to continues to attend prayer sessions like nothing is happening.

Just yesterday, Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu announced total lockdown which will be effective today, Tuesday to Friday. This should tell how serious we must all leave aside our beliefs and rally behind the guidelines and recommendations of health experts around the world.


Now that he has tested positive for coronavirus, who should we blame. Who is the cause? Yaakov Litzman right?

Kelvin M. Ashong    Twitter @Mawunya_

April 7, 2020

Football club Manchester United Foundation and club staff delivered 30,000 items of drinks and food to Salford Royal Hospital, Stretford Food Bank and some charitable homes amids covid-19 crisis.

The workforce packaged 30,000 items to a number of places in Greater Manchester including the above mentioned Food Bank. Hospital and other Charitable Homes.

This initiative is said to follow a £50,000 to the Trussell Trust to support 19 food banks across Greater Manchester as part of a joint fan led initiative with Manchester city along with 350 hot meals that were cooked and distributed.

Lots of individuals, clubs, companies etc. made donations to hospitals during this coronavirus crisis. And they continue to make their little contributions. You should do yours too. No amount, gift is small in these trying times.

Kelvin M. Ashong    Twitter  @Mawunya_


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