Minority Leader, Haruna Iddrisu has given indications that they would file a motion demanding that a by-partisan Committee be set up to look into the procurement of COVID-19 vaccine for Ghana, which has emerged that Ghana paid 19 dollars for a dose instead of 10 dollars accepted internationally.
He further wanted to know why some Chief Executives of public institutions have not been appointed, same with the Road Fund Board, as contractors who are Ghanaian entrepreneurs and have undertaken projects have not been paid.
“President Nana Akufo-Addo should ensure that the Road Fund Board is properly constituted, and Chief Executives to some of the Public Institutions. We do not want to believe it is deliberately being done”, he indicated.
And commended the deputy Leader for giving indications that the House would close early next week Thursday, to allow MPs to participate in the census exercise which is national in character.
In response, the Deputy Majority Leader Afenyo Markin noted that debate on motion is allowed and the Minority Leader Haruna Iddrisu is welcome with his motion.