Political Divide Undermining Ghana's Fight Against COVID-19?

Depending on who you speak with, one would argue that the novel coronavirus pandemic struck Ghana at the worst, or at the best moment. The political class thinks this is the time to take advantage of the situation to endear themselves to the electorate, given that Ghana is headed to the polls later in 2020, writes Marian Efe Ansah for allAfrica.com.

Casting a ballot at a polling station in Accra (file photo).

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