Bawumia 'ripped apart' by social media users over drone budget

Bawumia 'ripped apart' by social media users over drone budget

In August 2018 the vice president of Ghana, Mahamadu Bawumia, launched the drone for blood initiative to help deliver medical supplies to rural arrears which were inaccessible.

According to minority spokesperson on Finance, Cassiel Ato Forson, the drones the government intended to purchase should ordinarily cost about 100,000 dollars and not 1 million dollars.

This has met a lot of criticisms by Ghanaians as they described the whole drone initiative as a misplaced priority and an avenue to loot tax payers' money.

Bawumia 'ripped apart' for drone budget

Blood Drone Source: Starrfmonline
Source: UGC

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King believes that the government should look at the ways of equipping the health sector with logistics and personnel

Owula wants the government to fix infrastructure before thinking about the drones

Senaya says this is an avenue to steal tax payers' money

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Kofiba simply believes it is a fraud and a ploy to loot tax payers money

According to Michael, the blood that would be used transported by the drones are even not enough

Nelson believes the government should look at other alternatives of blood transportation.

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