He reveled this information when he was called before the Parliament's Appointment committee on Wednesday February 10 2021.
The Ministry of Health at the outset received $100 million from the World Bank to be spent on the coronavirus cases and that amount of money has been utilized according to it purpose.
Mr Agyeman-Manu has reveled to the Parliament that a $120 million facility is about to be completed for the fight of the Covid-19 in Ghana. The $120 million was a loan from the World Bank to build this health facility.
Mr. Ken Ofori Atta who is the finance Minister indicated that at the beginning of the pandemic, an amount of $100 million will be used in controlling the spread of the Covid-19.
According to the Finance Minister Ken Ofori Atta, some sceptics that the $100 which President Akufo-Addo mentioned during his first broadcast on the coronavirus paid not available. He rest assure that the money is secured and is ready to be paid out in accordance with the financial management procedures and rules.
He added that the Government has never ceased spending money in the fight against the coronavirus.
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