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Social chaos: stigmatisation and selective-congregations

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The aged bald-headed and articulate President, clad in a crisp dim brown Ghana Print Textile shirt, was again on our screens final evening. The objective: his tenth tackle to the Republic on the Covid-19 pandemic and a roadmap in the direction of normalcy.

Ghana has now recorded 8,070 good situations, 2,947 recoveries and 36 fatalities.

Of course, the President didn’t be reluctant to tout the dexterity of his cupboard and appointees. Akufo-Addo, the veteran statesman with a putting napoleon elaborate, characteristic of his diminutive construction, is completely convinced, calculated by his have expectations, that the scenario could be considerably worse.

There are even now 5,087 patients going through remedy. I’m keen to see each and every and just about every one 1 of them back again on their toes — company and fit. If there is time to demonstrate that, in truth, Ghanaian hospitality is a virtue instilled in each and every citizen, this is it.

We must warmly receive persons that have endured absurd agony and fled the oppressive grip of the virus. Let’s bury the notion of stigmatization and be aware of the fashion in which we treat survivors.

In the meantime, self-professed adult males and women of God, nervous about the government’s position on social gatherings, at last have some reduction. God’s money has not been in a position to fund charity initiatives and workers salaries for some months now. The President has finally eased constraints and churches can keep up to a 100 folks for an hour.

But I simply cannot pretty figure out what criteria would guidebook a fair range system for congregant’s deserving of attendance.

Most likely, the seats may be lined up with financiers and devout very long-standing tithe-paying out customers. Or admission could be made a decision on a to start with-occur first-provide basis and a conventional priced rate? It’ll be an indictment on the integrity of the church if rather a lot less privileged normal congregants are excluded from provider henceforth.

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Vincent Djokoto is an Adviser at D. K. T. Djokoto & Co and a Columnist passionate about politics, pop culture and record. He is an avid chess player, music fanatic and Accra Hearts of Oak lover. Twitter/Instagram: @VLKDjokoto



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