Ranford Gyampo, a lecturer with the political is not new to controversy. He has been tagged with many controversial issues. The last time the lecturer got into a big case was his resistance in calling for government to stick to their promises and fulfil certain conditions they had promised lecturers.
For months now there have been many calls on the government to make changes to those appointed to govern. With the economy walking on a slippery slope and living conditions getting worse with the day, many have called for some changes in government. Many want either a reshuffling or the firing of some appointees who have proved to the incompetent.
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The ruling New Patriotic Party government has come under so much criticism for the management of the country. Perhaps, President Akufo-Addo is also winning the race as the most vilified president of the Fourth Republic. Many have questioned the competence of some of the ministers of the government and raised issues regarding reshuffling.
Kwesi Pratt this morning, Wednesday, August 11, 2021 joined Randy Abbey on Good Morning Ghana to discuss certain issues that is affecting the country. One of the trending issues in the nation has to deal with the controversy around the Health Minister. Many are calling on the Kweku Agyemang Manu to quit or be sacked for procurement breaches in securing Sputnik V vaccines.
There has been so much hullabaloo over certain comments made by the Minister of Health, Kweku Agyemang Manu during the Sputnik V Probe hearing. According to the health Minister, he didn’t think properly when he found himself under pressure and succumbed to it by not seeking approval from Parliament and Cabinet before signing the deal.
Johnny Hughes co-host of TV3’s New Day has cautioned his fellow colleague Berla Mundi on her expectations about President Akufo-Addo. Today, Tuesday, August 10, 2021 on the show, Berla Mundi and Johnny Hughes started the show by discussing the ongoing brouhaha about the Health Minister.
It is high time Ghanaians who are yearning to see the embattled minister responsible for Health, Kweku Agyemang Manu honourable resigns or booted out-of-office by Akufo Addo saved their strength and emotions for other productive enterprises. The man is likely to remain the minister for Health for a long time.
The ongoing brouhaha regarding the Health Minister seems not to come to an end any time soon. Ghanaians are split as to whether the Health Minister, who is being ‘slapped left and right’ should be retained or sacked. Kweku Agyemang Manu is currently under pressure for procurement breaches and this has even caused him to take a 2 week leave.
For some months now there has been so much brouhaha over the acquisition of some Sputnik V vaccines. This became an issue after it was revealed that Ghana was to pay about double the price allocated for the vaccines. Later the Health Minister, Kweku Agyemang Manu insisted that he had not released monies to the middle men for the contract.
Former boss of Ghana's Electoral Commission, Charlotte Osei has seized the opportunity offered by the ongoing embarrassing Sputnik V vaccines scandal to throw a deadly shade at the Akufo Addo administration. She points to karma, as being what has visited Akufo Addo, Kweku Agyemang Manu, Ken Ofori Atta and the entire New Patriotic Party (NPP).
There are currently huge calls on the Health Minister to resign from his post. Indeed, Twitter today, Monday, August 9, 2021 trended with calls of that nature. The Health Minister, Kweku Agyemang Manu has come under so much criticism for his role in the acquisition of some Sputnik V vaccines for Ghana.
The continued stay in office of Hon. Kweku Agyemang Manu as Ghana's Minister responsible for Health is an upfront to good governance. It is utterly shameful and unconscionable. What Kweku Agyemang Manu himself confessed to have perpetrated against Ghana in his quest to purchase the Sputnik V vaccines should have choked him to resign.
Pressure is still mounting on the Health Minister, Kweku Agyemang Manu to resign from his post. He is being called to resign because of procurement breaches. The Minister himself has admitted that he erred in procuring Sputnik V vaccines for the country. The minister was empathic when he saying that he ‘didn’t think properly’ when he was put on the spot to decide the way forward for the country.
Yesterday, health Minister Kweku Agyemang Manu stunned Ghanaians when he mentioned that he erred in not seeking cabinet approval before signing a contract to bring in Sputnik V vaccines. He apologized for the mistake and pronounced that this will never happen again. In explaining he said that the heat of the moment prevented him from thinking properly and he felt the need to act fast to forestall large numbers of Ghanaians from dying.
On a typical Sunday morning, most church going Christians in Ghana prepare, adore in their fine cloths and head to various places of worship across the country. This morning is no different. Another time and opportunity for us, mere mortals, to go closer to our maker to either praise him for the abundance of favour he has bestowed upon us, or simply ask for more.
The minister responsible for Health, Hon. Kweku Agyemang Manu is about to go on the chopping board once again as the National Democratic Congress (NDC) members of Parliament have submitted a memorandum for vote of censure to have him punished. When many thought that, his apparent breath of several laws of the land in his enterprise of purchasing Covid-19 vaccines for the country was going without any consequences, the 137 NDC MPs though otherwise.
The debate is still raging over the 2022 proposed Budget. Since the reading of the Budget last week, there has been mixed reactions as to whether Parliament will adopt it. whereas the Majority are in full support of the budget, the Minority have raised concerns about certain aspects of the budget.
There is so much debate over the status of an appointee of President Akufo-Addo. The very yardstick that this government has used to justify the wobbling economy looks like hitting them back. The health Minister, Kweku Agyemang Manu has come under so much attack for his involvement in the procurement of Sputnik V vaccines.
Madam Charlotte Osei, former Boss of the Electoral Commission of Ghana, was interviewed by Winston Amoah on the Joy News channel this morning. Mrs.Osei and the host of the programme had a very hearty conversation which touched on a bit of personal life, life after her Electoral Commission exit, current happenings in the country and her recent tweet on the law of Karma.
For some days now, the minister of health, Hon. Kweku Agyemang Manu has been under severe public criticism for allegedly going into a deal for costs Ghana a huge financial According to updates from the ministry of health, Sheik Al Maktoum has agreed to pay the Republic of Ghana for the supply of 300,000 doses of Sputnik Covid-19 vaccines.