The committee place alongside one another by the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has expressed gratification that, some of its solutions to contain the unfold of the coronavirus, have been incorporated in the government’s intervention programme.
Chair of the committee, Prosper Bani informed JoyNews Anchor, Emefa Apawu in an interview that, the initiative by the former President, John Mahama, to place with each other a workforce of experts to lead to efforts to alleviate the suffering of persons hit difficult by the coronavirus pandemic, stemmed from a conference concerning govt officials and management of the political functions.
“And in that meeting, Minister for Details Kojo Oppong Nkrumah requested us to go out there and contribute…because political functions are the most mobilised group of folks in this region these days and that men and women listen to their political leaders additional than just about anything else,” Mr. Bani observed.
The governing administration as component of the Covid-19 Alleviation Programme (CAP), is distributing no cost foods to more than 400,000 Ghanaians in regions less than lockdown- Accra, Kasoa, Tema and Kumasi.
In addition, the authorities has set in place a GH¢600 million smooth loan scheme with a two-12 months reimbursement strategy for micro, modest and medium scale companies.
The 2020 flagbearer of the opposition get together, John Mahama, has also been earning donations to establishments leading the battle against the unfold of the viral an infection the region. He not long ago donated relief things and foods to some 20,000 vulnerable homes across the state.
These supports, the previous Chief of Team mentioned, are staying done purely on humanitarian grounds irrespective of the beneficiaries’ ethnic, political or religious leanings.
“So you can see that this committee and the subsequent functions of the committee are consistent with the simply call by the political leadership to deliver each Ghanaian jointly and not to glance at anybody’s flip of contribution as political or religious or ethnic,” he included.