Ghanaian artiste, Worlasi doubts Ghana will fairly distribute Jack Ma’s donation to places they are needed.
Gabon, Ghana, Congo and Democratic Republic of Congo are among the countries in Africa to have received their Personal Protective Equipments (PPEs) and coronavirus test kits which were donated by businessman, Jack Ma yesterday.
As part of his contribution towards fighting the covid-19 pandemic, the Chinese tech titan and Alibaba founder is donating medical equipment, including 1.5 million laboratory kits to member states of the African Union.
Ethiopia and Rwanda received the first batch of the materials.
Ethiopia Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, is overseeing the distribution of the supplies to other African countries.
He announced the arrival of Ghana’s package in a tweet on March 25 2020.
This morning #Gabon, #Ghana, #Congo and the #DRC have received their #COVID19 prevention materials.The 2nd shipment of supplies from @JackMa & @AlibabaGroup containing 540k medical grade masks and 20k protective clothes is on its way to #Ethiopia.Dispatch to Africa will continue.
— Abiy Ahmed Ali 🇪🇹 (@AbiyAhmedAli) March 25, 2020
However, TV3 Twitter account also tweeted the good news on which Worlasi commented.
According to Worlasi, the items will be hoarded and people will have to queue for them.
He added that the items which are meant to be freely distributed to a good cause will be sold once they are in Ghana.
“They will hoard it. We’ll stand in long engineered queues. We’ll be frustrated. Then you’ll have pay to get it faster. you’ll feel LUCKY to get a free item you PAID for. Herh wona ple 😂😂😂😂 make we bet” he tweeted
They will hoard it. We’ll stand in long engineered queues. We’ll be frustrated. Then you’ll have pay to get it faster. you’ll feel LUCKY to get a free item you PAID for. Herh wona ple 😂😂😂😂 make we bet !!! https://t.co/tUuzP6eQ3G
— 𝖜𝖔𝖗𝖑𝖆𝖘𝖎 (@worlasigh) March 26, 2020
By: Hajia Lamy Gates |ghanaweekend.com