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Minority Leader Demands Breakdown Of Coronavirus Expenditure

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Minority Leader, Haruna Iddrisu is asking the current government to clearly show how monies allocated to the fight of corona virus had been spent.

To him the government is suppose to be transparent in its spending and should be accountable to the people of Ghana.

The government is therefore suppose to give a vivid explanation to the people of Ghana on how funds
Dedicated to the fight of covid-19 has been utilized.

GH¢10 billion and millions of Ghana cedis was giving to the current government by the bank of Ghana and parliament respectively to use in fighting the Covid-19 pandemic and its accompanied menaces. He made this known while speaking at a press conference in Accra on Thursday, October 22,2020.

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Even though the pandemic hasn’t left us, but Haruna Iddrisu, the Tamale south MP thinks it is high time the government told us how the monies allocated were use in Lessing the effect of the Pandemic. He said: “You recall that we in the Minority played our part and the very threats of Covid-19. We supported the state to pass the necessary legislation and to support the release of justifiable finances and funding to contain and combat Covid.

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What happened with the outcome?“

Not stopping there, He thinks he had found a loop hole on how well the monies allocated were spent. He questions how a company that was just formed a few days had been awarded a contract to test passengers arriving at the Kotoka International Airport. He reports that Frontiers isn’t a company naturally suitable to test the individuals who arrive at the airport since it is just a company in its embryonic stage. The Frontiers company was registered on the 21st July 2020, two days to the start of its activities. He therefore thinks the company isn’t matured enough to handle such operations and it is necessary for Ghanaians to dig deep into the covid-19 expenditure.

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