The much awaited ministerial vetting has began and the health ministry is the first sector to be vetted by the appointment committee.
The health ministry led by Dr Kwaku Agyemang-Manu, has been on the hot set and has been a revelation that needs to be addressed with immediately effect.
Indeed,doctors have been distributed all over the country to give health assistance to the sick. In has delivery, Dr Kwaku Agyemang-Manu revealed that about 82% of doctors are based in only Greater Accra and Ashanti region.
He also indicated that the personnel's needed into the field has turned to be relatively low for some years now.
And it is believed it has an issue concerning financial clearance and other factors.
In addition, he don't know anything about the testing taking place at the airport because government went in for different organization and they were also vetted by a board set up by the government.
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