The Minority Main Whip has lashed out at President Akufo-Addo’s speechwriters, for misleading him in his current deal with to the nation on the Covid-19 pandemic.
Mohammed Muntaka Mubarak these kinds of deceit is uncomfortable to Ghana internationally.
The President in his ninth tackle to the country claimed that Ghana had administered much more Covid-19 tests per million persons than any other country in Africa.
On the other hand, the French News Agency, (AFP) mentioned labeled the claims as fake.
The News Company soon after evaluating readily available facts from Ghana to that of five other countries, reported South Africa, Djibouti and Mauritius rank greater than Ghana in conditions of Covid-19 screening.
Debating a statement introduced on the floor of Parliament by the Wellbeing Minister, Kwaku Agyeman-Manu on attempts place in location to tackle the virus, the Asawase MP stated the president’s speechwriters really should do due diligence in advance of their compose-ups.
This in accordance to him, will enable the President keep away from these kinds of embarrassments and help save the state from global mockery.
Muntaka more accused authorities of failing Ghanaians in the battle towards Covid-19.
He extra that government’s solution towards the Covid-19 combat has been reactionary in its place of proactive.
He also expressed fret in excess of why officers with the different establishments these as the Govt, Judiciary and Legislative have not been analyzed for the virus.
The The vast majority Leader, Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu on his component termed out the Minority for not appreciating endeavours by governing administration towards the combat from Covid-19.
Joining the discussion, Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Kingsford Alban Bagbin urged authorities to intensify instruction on Covid-19.
He cautioned pastors and spiritualists to desist from the idea that the virus does not exist in the region.
The Nadowli- Kaleo MP also demanded accountability of monies spent by governing administration as part of Covid-19 aid assist.
The Very first Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Joe Osei Owusu who was in the chair declared that MPs and Parliamentary staffers will undertake Covid-19 check on Wednesday, May 20 at 9 am in Parliament.