Member of Parliament for South Dayi, Rockson-Nelso Defeamekpor has asserted that his stance in respect of the Prosecution of the Heath Minister, Kwaku Agyemang Manu is not about the procurement. He buttresses his argument adding that procurement is different from seeking Parliamentary approval.
According to him, the institution of legal proceedings against the Health Minister for breaking the law will serve as a deterrent for him and others in that violation of rules and regulations in the country.
Speaking on Joy News this morning, Thursday, July 22, 2021, bemoaned on Sputnik V Vaccine probe, indicated that the Health Minister should be prosecuted despite admission for breaking the law for excuse that he was in a hurry to save lives. I am not talking about the purchasing department of the company but rather not seeking Parliamentary approval.
The credentials of the Health Minister seeking Sputnik V Vaccine from foreign country without Parliamentary approval is extremely frightening and troubling.
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