The Bole District Director of the Ghana Health Service, Mr David Bakuri has caution all in Savannah Region to desist from the believe that their “gods” can protect them from contracting the deadly Coronavirus.
Speaking exclusively on Nkilgi Fm’s Morning Show (Kokokiliyakoo) on 12th May 2020, the District Director said people with the believe that their “gods” have been consulted and do not need to adhere to the protocols of the World Health Organization (WHO), must know that their “gods” can not save them from the Coronavirus.
“I want to caution everyone in Savannah Region to desist from the believe that their “gods” can protect them from the Coronavirus and adhere to the protocols of the World Health organisation and save their lives”; he emphasized.
Mr Bakuri said those with that believe should ask whether the people of China where the Coronavirus started do not have “gods”.
The Bole District Director of the Ghana Health Service further said ; China, Italy, Spain and where thousands of deaths have been recorded do not have strong and powerful “gods” like we have here?”
He further said “There are gods everywhere in the world, but people are still dying and for that matter we must not joke with our lives.”
The Bole District Director of the Ghana Health Service made these comments when Nkilgi FM reached out to him to give his view on a story in which some residents of Boachipe, a farming Community in the Central Gonja District of the Savannah Region saying they are immune from contracting the novel Coronavirus disease after consulting their gods.