Coronavirus Crisis: Ghanaian Chief fumes on Racist Statements

Its seems the statements made by two French doctors has not gone down well with many Africans across the globe which Ghana is not an exception.

One of such personalities is the Chief of Oblieman Dodoo and acting Mantse of Abola Piam of the Ga state, Nii Oyanka Anumley.

According to the Chief, the deadly coronavirus appears to be a punishment to the European countries that exercise extreme racists such the two French doctors.

“One would not be surprised with the notion of some white supremacists of using African for negative activities”, he asserted.

These comments by the French Doctors, Dr. Camille Locht abd Dr. Jean Paul Mira that, the newly manufactured vaccine by the West should be tested on Africans to him is unfortunate and needs to be condemned by all and sundry.

Their comments received wide condemnation from Africans including top international African footballers calling on their fellow African governments not to dare accept such gestures from the whites.

Speaking on the issue, the renowed Chief emphatically pointed out that, Africa must come together to stop Racism for racism is more deadly than Coronavirus.

And that, such comments is an indictment on the rights and integrity of Africans abroad.

Chief of Oblieman who also Doubles as CivTek International Advisor for Ghana and Africa slamed the two french doctors for their unhealthy comments therefore ‘cursed’ them with the ‘gods’ of the land.

The Civtek International Advisor for Ghana and Africa has called on all African Kings and Tradition leaders to take the fight against Corona virus and racism seriously.

For him, racist comments has the potency of destroying the peace, inter-cultural and multi cultural connectivity the world is currently enjoying.

: News Desk

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