A deputy regional communication officer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Eric Adjei, has disclosed plans of heading to the office of the Special Prosecutor, Martin Amidu.
Eric Adjei has expressed worry over a multi-million cedi contract awarded to an Indian company, Pharmanova, for the supply of a huge consignment of contraceptives for national use.
Mynewsgh.com reports that Adjei wondered why the government could prioritize the procurement of male contraceptives at a time that the Central regional hospital had threatened not to accept the National Health Insurance card over unpaid claims for the past 10 months.
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He went on to say several hospitals and health centres in the country have no beds for patients.
He also expressed concern about taxi drivers’ inability to make ends meet because of persistent increases in fuel prices, as well as the deteriorating nature of our roads, leading to road accidents in the country.
Adjei indicated that these concerns are the ones Ghanaians expect the government to address and not the procurement of contraceptives with an unimaginable amount of money.
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