Alliance for Christian Advocacy Africa’s Executive Director, Rev. Opuni Frimpong cautions Ghanaians especially Christians not to take the Coronavirus pandemic as a sign of the end time but rather as any other vaccine just like the others.
The former General Secretary of Ghana’s Christian Council, in an interview on Midday live on TV3 said “We have seen vaccination for our children, we have seen vaccination at so many points in our live so I would like us to treat this Covid vaccination as any other vaccination that we have witnessed over the years. So the impression should not be like this is the first time we are going through the process of being vaccinated and therefore the end has come. We have seen vaccination of all forms and that should not bring us to the end of the world”.
He added ” For the purpose of public trust and confidence, you know normally, the product that we have seen, gone are my school days we were using Milo, anytime they are advertising Milo on your station, they will still emphasize that FDA has tested and approved it.
I would wish that a body will accept the responsibility we have done all that we are supposed to do, we have done all the tests and Ghanaians are safe. I think that is what we need to hear, but that vaccination will bring us to the end of the world. We should treat it as any other vaccination that we have been given to our children, young people all these years. I don’t think COVID vaccination will bring us to any danger, I don’t think so” He explained.
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