Ghanaian journalist, Serwaa Amihere has told anti-vaccine protesters to stay home if they are not willing to take the vaccines.
As the country edges closer to Christmas with Omicron cases also on the rise, the Government has made it mandatory for all travelers coming into the country to show vaccine cards, as well as all airlines, are expected to pay sturdy fines for each unvaccinated passenger they fly into the country.
As Christmas approaches with a lot of public events and visitors coming in from different countries to see their families, there is a possibility that government might be a mandatory policy that will require people to show vaccination documents before one can attend the hundreds of concerts and events lined up for the holidays.
Amid this discussion, top political members and celebrities in the country are opposing the mandatory take of the vaccine — citing constitutional reasons. One of such outspoken figures is the National Communications Officer of the National Democratic Congress, Lawyer Sammy Gyamfi. He however insists this position on the issue is personal and not that of his political party.
Socialite, Efia Odo is also against the mandatory vaccination being proposed by the government. In protest, the actress has decided to stay in the country and not travel because she is not ready to take any disapproved vaccine.
Serwaa Amihere, regardless, has issued a word of caution to all the anti-vaccine protestors — she has asked them to stay at home and not attend any event and endanger anybody’s life if they’re not ready to take the vaccine.