Archbishop Offei claimed this right after acquiring a GHS 200,000.00 donation kind Parliament on Thursday
Parliament has donated GH¢200,000.00 to the Covid-19 National Believe in Fund, to economically assistance government’s fight versus the condition.
Through the presentation ceremony, the Majority Chief, Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu observed that, Parliament as an arm of authorities, has labored very easily to assure the institution of the Fund.
Consequently, it is ideal for the legislative arm of federal government to also contribute to the fund, which will aid the overall health method and reduce people today who have been badly hit by the pandemic.
“Before the invoice came to Parliament numerous Ghanaians had expressed the wish to aid fellow Ghanaians in this interval of want.
“And as the establishment who passed the invoice, we deemed it suitable to make our individual contribution towards the fight against the pandemic,” he said.
He even further clarified that the contribution is distinctive from a GH¢100, 000.00 donated previously by MPs on the aspect of the Greater part.
On the section of the Board of Trustees, a Board Member, Archbishop Justice Offei, recommended Parliamentarians for getting these kinds of a daring stage.
“This is an encouragement to the complete country, mainly because if the Legislature which brought this Fund into getting has supported it, it means it is something deserving to be supported.
“And so for us, it is as if providing delivery and offering a little something to the youngster you have shipped to go on with lifestyle.”