The Director –general of the Ghana Health Service, Dr. Antony Asare Nsiah has cautioned the minority in parliament against politicizing the drone deal and initiative deal by the government.
Dr. Nsiah explained that the move if implemented would employ the use of technology to facilitate quality healthcare delivery for the Ghanaian populace and ensure the fast and safe transportation of medicine and other health equipment to the remote parts of the country.
The initiative, the director-general of the Ghana Health Service stated was one of the sectors long incubated policies to advance the quality and standard of healthcare in the country and advised that the policy should be scrutinized with the interest of the nation first, as its implementation would benefit all Ghanaians.
His comments were in response to fraud allegations raised by the minority in parliament.
Minority’s take on the drone deal,
Minority ranking Member of Parliament’s financial committee Cassiel Ato Forson has stated that the deal is one of the numerous attempts of government to fraud the country, as he describes the deal as a fraud and a total sham.
He described documents on the drone deal presented to parliament as fraudulent and accused the Vice President of leading the country on an unrighteous path.
Hon. Ato Forson advanced his argument with claims that; the government by agreeing to the deal is willing to pay a million dollar for a drone which was selling for One Hundred thousand dollars.
By: Elliot Ayertey Nuertey/universnewsroom