Recently, there were stories that some MPs in Ghana’s august house tested positive for the novel coronavirus disease.
Even though the names of such MPs were not made public, a report sighted by zionfelix.net on citinewsroom.com reveals that the Minister for Health, Kwaku Agyeman Manu has tested for COVID 19m making him the first high profile government official to have confirmed positive for the novel Coronavirus.
Information available to Citi News indicates that the Minister has been receiving treatment at the University of Ghana Medical Centre in Accra over the past week.
Multiple sources in the medical team at the hospital who confirmed the information to Citi News say the Dormaa Central MP was admitted to the hospital on Tuesday and is “in a stable condition”.
Citi News checks at the Health Ministry has corroborated the story as information there suggests Mr. Agyeman Manu has taken “a few days off from work” and has not reported to work all week.
In other news, the Mayor of the Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolitan Assembly in the Western Region, Anthony K.K. Sam, has passed away due to an illness close associates have disclosed as COVID-19.