"Gov't Hasn't Abandoned Any Health Infrastructure Projects By Past Administrations" -Health Minister

The Health Minister, Kweku Agyeman-Manu has again resurfaced with a spirited defense for President Akufo-Addo's track record in the health Sector as he denies claims the Government has abandoned health projects started under past administrations.

According to the minister, there is no such project like abandoned projects which the NPP government has left it unattended to but says the government is working on every single projects.

The Health minister is rejecting claims that President Akufo Addo abandoned projects initiated by his predecessors. Former president John Dramani in an interview expressed displeasure over why the NPP administration is commission a new project to construct 88 new hospitals across the country when some other critical facilities have been left to rot.

But Sector Minister Kweku Agyeman Manu is not taking the claims lightly.

The government appointee who is at the centre of the Sputnik V controversy held his first press briefing after returning from his annual leave to respond to John Mahama.

Mr Manu denied the claims as he further outlined some achievements choked ever since his appointment as Health Minister. 

The Director of Infrustructure at the Ministry of Health, Dr. Ben Ampomah Nkansa also giving a nationwide breakdown of the status of health facilities across the country and progress work so far.

The Presidential Adviser on Health, Dr Anthony Nsiah Asare speaking on the reason for the President's decision on the Agenda 111, he stated it is aimed at moving Ghana towards better health infrastructure  as he added that, the government will fund the project.

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Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith