The vice president, Dr.Mahamudu Bawumia, has inspected works at the site for the third medical drone delivery service.
The facility is located at Kukua near Walewale in the North East region of the country.
According to him, the facility would host the largest warehouse under the drone programme when it is completed in January 2020.
He added that it would immediately serve 60 health facilities and this number is expected to soon shoot up to 500.
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The vice president added that it would be within a 100km radius in the five northern regions by the end of the year 2020.
Dr. Bawumia expressed confidence that the facility would soon complement the government’s effort in making healthcare accessible to Ghanaians.
Some Ghanaians did not, however, share in his optimism, and had strong words for him on social media:
Alfred believes this is all Bawumia can boast of.
Stephen expressed concern about lack of drugs at various health facilities in the country
Asakinaba believes the whole idea of a drone service is a waste of resources.
Abass wondered if the drone carries human beings in case of emergencies.
Murphy asked the vice president to know Ghana's priorities and act on them accordingly.
In other news, some Ghanaians have taken to social media to explain why they believe the ruling New Patriotic Party does not deserve another chance.
According to them, some key figures in government have disappointed them and for that reason they have lost faith in the government.
The revelation was in reaction to a question posed with respect to a passionate appeal by the vice president, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia.
Dr. Bawumia, the ruling government deserves another chance because it has done more in the last three years than the erstwhile Mahama ever did.
He made the appeal during the closing ceremony of the youth conference organized by the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in Tamale in the Northern region.
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