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Kuffuor and wife to self isolate for COVID-19 fears

PORTUGAL - DECEMBER 09: John Kufuor, President of Ghana and President of the African Union in Lisbon, Portugal on December 09th, 2007. (Photo by Thomas SAMSON/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)

Ghana’s Former President, John Agyekum Kuffuor, has been asked to self isolate due to Coronavirus.

The former President and his wife were accompanied out of their residence after some security officers in their house were alleged to have tested positive for the virus.

The isolation came hours after a statement signed by Minister of Information, said that President Akuffo Addo is to go on a 14-day self-isolation.

The decision according to the statement was made by the President’s physician.

The statement, however, noted that even though one person around the President has tested positive for the virus, he was negative as on Saturday evening.

However, paramedics are yet to confirm whether they have tested positive or not because it is unclear why they are isolating.

By Agnes Melissa Yovo |

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