A Lecturer from the University of professional studies, Dr. Kwaku Mawutor, has revealed that he sympathizes with the Health Minister, Kwaku Agyeman Manu, but he cannot violate the laws of Ghana like that.
Dr. Kwaku Mawutor made this statement on 'Good Morning Africa' on Pan Africa television when he called for the Health Minister to be punished.
According to Dr. Kwaku Mawutor, as a human being, Kwaku Agyeman Manu may have a genuine heart and intentions to acquire vaccines for the average Ghanaian, but he should have followed the appropriate procedure.
"I sympathize with the Health Minister a lot, but he cannot violate the law of the country just like that. If this contract was signed by an ordinary person, I would have said that perhaps the person didn't know the severity of the offense they were committing, but this is an MP who has been in Parliament and knows the constitution very well so, this is an unpardonable act.
He added that although he sympathizes with Kwaku Agyeman Manu because we were in a crisis and he needed to get us vaccines. He thinks he had a complete disregard for the laws of the country and must be punished.
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