amasAma Pratt, daughter of veteran journalist and activist Kwesi Pratt Jnr. has expressed her dissatisfaction with the Ebola prevention campaign currently being waged in the country adding in a bid to lend support her team is out with ‘The Red Card Campaign’.

‘The Red Card Campaign’ geared towards an Ebola free society is the brainchild of MAP Concepts Ghana of which the Buckingham University alumnus is the Chief Executive Officer.

According to Ama Pratt, “As human beings, our existence on earth should count for something” explaining that her campaigners seek to get to the border posts, markets and transport stations to inform citizens as to what action to take when infected Ebola patients show up.

The former Zenith and Ghana Commercial banker added the 6-month campaign would also see sanitary ware and educational materials distributed to people as anti-Ebola weapons.

When asked by Fosua, co-host of the X Live show on TV 3 what meal she craves for, the LLB law graduate said “Am a fufu kind of girl, with goat soup am good to go” adding ‘Asanka Local eatery is her favourite joint because of their excellent fufu service.

Ama, whose company develops TV content for clients urged content developers to be creative and come up with material which can advance the development agenda of the country.

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