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Nana Aba Anamoah, Kidi, Sandra Ankobiah & Other Top Celebs Disregard Prez. Akufo-Addo’s Ban On Social Gathering As They Throw Lavish Party With More Than 25 People In Attendance (+Video)

The disregard for laws and directives in Ghana is gradually becoming a norm and I am sure the simple reason is that our laws mostly respect some people than others.

If the latter in the first paragraph of this article is not the case, then you ask yourself why a respected broadcast journalist Nana Aba Anamoah

and her friends like Sandra Ankobiah (a lawyer), Moesha Buduong (actress), Efya, KiDi, Kwesi Arthur, Darkovibes (all musicians) and a few others will decide to throw a party that had more than 25 people in attendance despite President Akufo-Addo’s ban on such gatherings
as part of measures to deal with the spread of coronavirus spread in Ghana.

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Some videos zionfelix.net has sighted on the Snapchat page of Moesha Buduong have all these influential persons mentioned above and others happily partying while floating the rules of social distancing and wearing of face masks altogether.

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According to a gripe wine source, all these people gathered there to join Sandra Ankobiah as she decided to throw another birthday party for herself.

The one thing that beats my imagination is how Nana Aba Anamoah and Sandra Ankobiah, two people who played key roles in a recent documentary released by GHOne TV to educate people on the deadly disease were caught in this act, which is totally contrary to the things they preached in that top-notch video.

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I am sure this video might catch the attention of the relevant security agencies and if it does, I hope that just as they did in the case of the Apostle Kofi Nkrumah Sarkodie of Open Arms Ministries in Kumasi, they will do the needful this time too —after all, what’s good for the goose is good for the gander.