The Minister for Finance, Mr. Ken Ofori-Atta, has introduced an advance understanding for $28 million to Parliament for the acquisition of 275 vehicles for individuals from the 8th Parliament.
As per the papers introduced to Parliament, the advance will be sourced from the National Investment Bank, NIB.
In light of the sum and the quantity of people included, every MP is required to get more than $100,000 for the acquisition of a vehicle.
The Finance Committee of the House is relied upon to think about the credit understanding and report to the house.
In the interim, Parliament on Tuesday, July 6, 2021, likewise supported $200 million extra assets from the World Bank for Ghana’s COVID-19 reaction program.
The subsidizes will be directed towards the acquirement of antibodies and different exercises to reinforce the country’s wellbeing framework.