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Minority Requests Breakdown Of Coronavirus Expenditure

The Minority Leader in Parliament, Haruna Iddrisu, has requested a breakdown of the Covid use.

He said in the soul of straightforwardness and responsibility, the administration through the Finance Minister should deliver a record on how the Covid-19 assets have been used.

Talking at a question and answer session in Accra on Thursday, October 22, the Tamale South official noticed that Parliament affirmed a huge number of cedis to the administration to use in battling the pandemic.

Additionally, the national bank, Bank of Ghana, gave the administration GH¢10 billion to empower the nation manage the desolates of the Covid.

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Mr Iddrisu said in spite of the fact that the infection has not been annihilated totally, the opportunity has arrived for the legislature to deliver a record to the Ghanaian public.

“You review that we in the Minority had our impact and the very dangers of Covid-19. We upheld the state to pass the important enactment and to help the arrival of legitimate funds and financing to contain and battle Covid. What occurred with the result?” he inquired.

He further scrutinized the choice that went into the determination of Frontiers Company as the organization for testing travelers who show up at the Kotoka International Airport.

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He asserted that the organization had no involvement with directing tests for patients as it was shaped and enlisted a couple of days after the agreement was granted.

“Our principle issue is the trying of the travelers at the air terminal. You review that the Minority raised issues against the honor of the agreement to Frontiers.

“The organization was enlisted on 21st July 2020 only two days to the initiation of its activities.”

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