Charlotte Osei Shades Health Minister Kwaku Agyeman-Manu & NPP Gov’t; Says They’re Been Dealt With By Karma

Former Electoral Commission Boss, Madam Charlotte Osei has reacted subtly to the social media demand for Health Minister, Kwaku Agyeman-Manu to resign or be sacked.

Hashtags like #AgyemanManuMustGo and #AgyemanManuMustGoToJail are flying across social media platforms, where Ghanaians are calling for his head following his involvement in the alleged vaccine corruption scandal.

The Health Minister had admitted that he did not conduct adequate due diligence before contracting with the private office of one Emirati Sheikh, H.H Sheikh Ahmed Dalmook Al Maktoum, for 3.4 million doses of Sputnik V at a unit cost of $19.

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Well, that was a similar reason why Madam Charlotte Osei was sacked by President Akufo-Addo for allegedly breaching a contract.

Therefore, Charlotte Osei has reacted to the nemesis of Kwaku Agyeman-Manu with the tweet that karma may just be dealing with him and the NPP governemnt.

Since she was ousted for reportedly breaching a contract, Kwaku Agyeman-Manu also finds himself in the same mix which is why Ghanaians are calling for his removal.

Charlotte Osei asked karma to calm down small because the turn of events in the camp of the Health Minister and the NPP government is moving so fast.

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She wrote: Dear Karma, please calm down small wai

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The Health Minister had admitted that he did not conduct adequate due diligence before contracting with the private office of one Emirati Sheikh, H.H Sheikh Ahmed Dalmook Al Maktoum, for 3.4 million doses of Sputnik V at a unit cost of $19.

A Norwegian journalist, Markus Tobiassen, who works for the tabloid Vergens Gan, discovered that the deal had been inflated by $9, citing the ex-factory price of the vaccine as $10.

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Following the exposé, there was uproar in Ghana, with the minority demanding that the deal be investigated. Following that, a parliamentary committee was formed to investigate the deal.

Mr Agyemang-Manu testified before the committee that the demands of the Covid-19 impaired his ability to carry out his normal duties.

“Those were not normal times and I was seriously in a situation that didn’t make me think properly, the way you think that now I will actually abreast myself with the situation”, he told the committee on Monday, July 19.

Source: Kingaziz.com