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Greater part caucus donates GH¢100,000 to support Covid-19 Fund


The greater part Leader, Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu, built the announcement on the ground of the Residence Saturday

Majority Caucus in Parliament has donated GH¢100,000 to the Covi-19 Belief Fund.

Vast majority Leader, Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu, manufactured the announcement on the flooring of the Dwelling satruday, April 4, shortly ahead of the Speaker suspended sitting down indefinitely.

“Mr. Speaker, allow me announce that Vast majority has made a decision to add GH¢100,000 to enhance the efforts of the governing administration to preventing this…disruptive menace,” the Majority Leader stated.

Previously this week, appointees of the President, Nana Akufo-Addo, pledged 50% of their regular monthly money for the up coming three months, in the direction of the COVID-19 Believe in Fund.

These appointees involve all Ministers of Point out, the Chief of Team at the Business of the President, the deputy Chiefs of Workers, Secretary to the President, Secretary to the Cabinet, Presidential Staffers and Presidential Aides at the Presidency.

All Deputy Ministers have also agreed to donate 50 per cent of their salaries for the subsequent two months, i.e. April and May possibly, into the Fund.

The president himself, announced his income for the future 3 months would be utilised as seed fund for the Belief Fund which has been established by govt for the struggle in opposition to the virus and to support in the welfare of the needy and the susceptible.

His Vice, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia adopted suit by pledging his three month’s wage beginning April, to the fFund.

Mr. Kyei Mensah Bonsu recommended men and women and organisations who have followed the case in point of the president to lead to the Fund and known as on other people who are but to so to emulate.

He additional praised wellbeing staff primary the fight for their sacrifice and dedication in making sure Ghana wins the battle towards the new coronavirus pandemic.  


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