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NDC MPs Upper West Region Highlights Descrimination As Per GHS

The National Democratic Congress' Upper West Provincial Council in Parliament is blaming the Ghana Wellbeing Administration for sidelining indigenes of the region in its enlistment of Locale Wellbeing Chiefs.

The gathering expresses out of the 71 empty situations with 116 candidates, nobody from the Upper West Locale was chosen, albeit the candidate with the most noteworthy score in the tests led arose out of the area.

The gathering expresses eight of the shortlisted candidates from the locale were precluded in light of the fact that they missing the mark on required information on the administration of area wellbeing directorates and pestilence flare-ups.

Depicting what is happening as out of line, the Secretary of the Upper West NDC Gathering in Parliament, Dr. Sebastian N. Sandaare approached the Ghana Wellbeing Administration to review the enrol

“The Ghana Health Service is reminded of the duty to act fairly and reasonably in the exercise of its administrative authority, as contained in Article 23 of the 1992 constitution.”

“The Ghana Health Service is enjoined to prohibit discrimination and prejudice on grounds of places of origin,” the MP said.

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NDC National Democratic Congress' Sebastian N. Sandaare Upper West Locale Upper West Provincial Council


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