Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, an individual from the Appointments Committee in Parliament has communicated stun at the level at which some administration ecclesiastical candidates are avoiding giving lucidity on the agreement allowed Frontiers Healthcare Solution Services Limited to lead COVID-19 test at the Kotoka International Airport.
The North Tongu official is on the way to terms with the acting of the Ministers-assign over the matter.
Five clerical chosen people who should be aware of the agreement have all kept information from getting same raising pockets of doubt among a segment of the confirming board and even some Ghanaians.
Ecclesiastical chosen people for Health, Foreign Affairs, National Security, Justice and Gender [Former Procurement Minister] neglected to clarify the central issue of how the agreement was sourced minutes after the resuming of the nation’s air boundaries to voyagers in September 2020.
Mr. Ablakwa has along these lines portrayed the unforeseen development as the “world’s greatest secret”.
Talking on the Point of View on Citi TV, he inquired:
“Why has this become the world’s greatest secret? Why has it become like a plague that nobody needs to go close? Everybody is escaping. Allow us to perceive what the acquisition measures are. Where is the agreement? We should see it and its terms.”
Mr. Ablakwa on the show contended that, the powerlessness of the candidates to give genuine answers is on the grounds that “the entire structure model isn’t right with the outlook of exploitative.”
He asked why an agreement will be granted to a firm without a history.
The Minority MP further inquired as to why the public authority didn’t make assets accessible to fabricate the limit of neighborhood specialists, for example, the Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research to lead the testing yet chose to hand it over to an unfamiliar claimed organization.
“The arrangements of Frontiers not having a history was accessible on the racks and could be sold. This was a brilliant chance to help Noguchi to fabricate limit”, he called attention to.
Then, Mr. Ablakwa says his side will keep on offering this major conversation starter to request conceivable proper answers from chosen people especially Finance and Transport who are yet to show up before the Appointments Committee in the coming days.
“We will continue rehashing and putting this inquiry to the candidates. We have said in Parliament to have the agreement in light of the fact that by law we convey oversight, however everybody is fleeing. We should realize what is happening”, he noted.