The Member of Parliament for North Tongu Constituency, Honaroble Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has asserted that people who are defending on President Akufo-Addo's luxurious and expensive trips, should reflect on the only four functional MRI machines in Ghana. In a post shared on his official Facebook page on, Monday, 4th April 2022 he wrote;
Parliament is still in session as Parliamentarians sit to debate some issues before going on recess. One of the issues discussed related to the brouhaha over the Sputnik V vaccines. It can be recalled that a few weeks ago, a committee sat to listen to the Health Minister, Agyeman Manu over claims of procurement crises.
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Agyeman Manu Should Have Been Impeached, Sacked, And Thrown Into Jail - Justice Akuffo-Henaku Boldly Declares
The Director of International Relations for the Socialist Movement of Ghana (SMG), Justice Akuffo-Henaku, has indicated that the Minister of Health, Kwaku Agyeman Manu, should have been impeached and thrown into jail because he is a thief for his dealing in the Sputnik v vaccines purchase.
The vetting of the Minister-Designate for Health, Kwaku Agyeman Manu has been cited for contradicting the President of Ghana, H.E Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo over the cost of constructing the proposed District Hospitals. During his vetting today, Mr. Agyeman Manu disclosed that each of the 88 promised district hospitals will come at a cost of an average of $7 million. Doing a fact-check of his claim, the Western Region Communications Officer for the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Richard Kirk Mensah disclosed
Ghana's Health Minister has disclosed that in as much as the Government is doing everything to slow the spread rate of the Coronavirus, it is still looking dangerous. This has made Government frustrated according to Mr Agyeman Manu. The Health Minister who also is the MP for the Dormaa Central constituency, has said the President is "fatigued". Frontline workers who are helping in the management of the Covid 19 patients are fatigued due to the increasing numbers, but it is not the factor of Covid 19 deaths.
You see, the report of the extremely poor judgment of Health Minister Kwaku Agyeman-Manu appeared on a Norwegian news portal, most probably, because our leaders, by and large, are notorious for doing things on behalf of the Ghanaian taxpayer behind backdoors or closed doors and not by forthrightly levelling up with the people, as it were (See “Sputnik V Saga: ‘Why Should I Be a Subject of Ridicule for Basic Economics?’ – Health Minister” Modernghana.com 6/15/21).
Today, Kelvin Taylor proved himself to be one of the finest journalists Ghana has produced. He displayed some logical connections as to why the Health Minister had not been sacked as of now despite the fact that he was at fault in the Sputnik V Vaccine saga. Kelvin Taylor began by bringing into light, one dubious character who is a "snake under grass", Keli Gadzekpo.
Minister Designate for Health, Kwaku Agyemang Manu was very candid in his response to the vetting committee when he was asked how much the Akufo-Addo led government had spent in managing the COVID-19 pandemic. Many considered him to be naive about the ministry he had served over the past four years given that he was unable to mention how much money had been spent even by his ministry as part of the response mechanism to the pandemic. Upon further interrogation, Mr. Agyeman Manu had no other option than to tell
Am quite convinced with the coronavirus testing exercise ongoing in the country. Mr. Agyeman Manu who is the minister designated for Health, faced the panel this morning. The vetting took about 5 hours, which included a 5 mins break. Some things that came up from the vetting are as follows: The minister designated upon drilling by the panel gave these outcomes; 1.1 He said that the PPEs to the educational sector delayed because the sector didn't report to the ministry of health earlier or was late in the submission
Kwame A Plus, a political activist and musician, has sought the dismissal of two of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-cabinet Addo's nominees. According to him, the President's decision to keep Health Minister Kwaku Agyeman-Manu and Agriculture Minister Owusu Afriyie Akoto surprised him. With the bungled acquisition of Russian-made Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccines in a deal that was deemed as improper by a Parliamentary Committee, Agyeman-Manu had a bad year in 2021.
After days of a continued media trial of the Minister of Health Kwaku Agyeman-Manu on Metro Television’s Good Evening Ghana show, Paul Adom-Otchere has finally delivered his verdict. He had scored the Minister over how he had acted in the matter of the $2.45 million Sputnik V saga and granted him a higher rate of 9:10.
The Health Minister-assign, Kwaku Agyeman-Manu, says notwithstanding open discernment that the country's Covid-19 case check is being 'kneaded', he accepts the figures being produce by the Ghana Health Service (GHS). He revealed to Parliament's Appointments Committee Wednesday, that with his status as the acting Health Minister, he is sure all numbers delivered by the organization are precise. "On the off chance that I don't have confidence in the numbers who else will? These numbers are coming from our outfit,
The Minister of Health chosen one, Kwaku Agyeman-Manu, has again asked people in general to benefit themselves of the Coronavirus immunization since refusal to take the antibody puts different people in danger.
Minister of Health Mr Kwaku Agyeman-Manu has disclosed that some $100 million fund assigned for the treatment of COVID-19 has been spent. He reveled this information when he was called before the Parliament's Appointment committee on Wednesday February 10 2021. The Ministry of Health at the outset received $100 million from the World Bank to be spent on the coronavirus cases and that amount of money has been utilized according to it purpose. Mr Agyeman-Manu has reveled to the Parliament that a $120 million facility
The Minister assign for Health, Kwaku Agyeman Manu, has uncovered that a guarantee by President Nana Akufo-Addo to build more than 88 new medical clinics among April and December a year ago was a simply a dream (vision) and will not change. Responding to inquiries during his checking by Parliament's Appointments Committee, Mr Agyeman-Manu said "What the president said was his vision and that ought to have meant real work. To be sure some work was done, a panel was set up at the administration led by the Chief
follow this page for more updates, share and comment below Nigel Gaisie, one of the renowned prophet in Ghana has heavily pound on the health ministry of Ghana, Agyeman Manu. The popular man of God on his popular social media platform Facebook, went live to share his view mercilessly on the platform following his travel to and return from Sierra Leone. He claim he went there to do the work of God. According to the man of God, he went to do the qorl of God with two of his junior pastors. The man of God disclosed
Russian Sputnik v coronavirus vaccine gives around 92% protection against COVID 19,late stage trail results published in the lancet reveal.It has been deem to be safe and offer completed protection against hospitalization and death.
Covid 19:Mr Kwaku Agyemang-Manu, the Minister of Health Designate has mentioned that Ghanaians be ready for the Covid vaccination in March this year."We overall ought to be vaccinated in this country," he said.
The Minister of Health-assign, Kwaku Agyeman-Manu has unveiled that some $100 million apportioned for the battle against COVID-19 has been depleted. He made this revelation when he showed up before Parliament's Appointments Committee on Wednesday, February 10, 2021. Mr. Agyeman-Manu, nonetheless, unveiled that some $120 million credit office from the World Bank is tied in with developing for use by the Health Ministry to help the COVID-19 battle in Ghana. "The Ministry of Health at first got $100 million