Recently on the internet, Alban's bag went viral on social media after he sought an account of how the covid 19 fund which was given to ghana was used.
He stated the finance minister should come up and educate the Ghanaians about the fund and the projected projects they've put in place to lower this deadly disease from ever occurring again.
He stated just this morning after the Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta, has been commended for appearing before Parliament to account for how COVID-19 money approved by the House since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, was applied. The Speaker of Parliament, Alban Sumana Kingsford Bagbin, who commended the Minister, observed that it was in the interest of the government for Ghanaians to constantly be updated on how their taxes were being utilised.
He went ahead to recommend and applaud the minister for clearing the air in the covid expenditure, he said “I want to commend the minister for responding to the call of the house and also urge that it is in the interest of the government for Ghanaians to constantly be informed about their taxes revenue generated.
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