$28 million loan to help MPs buy vehicles laid before parliament

 million loan to help MPs buy vehicles laid before parliament

The Minister for Finance, Mr. Ken Ofori-Atta, has tabled before a parliament a loan agreement that would allow the 275 MPs purchase vehicles.

The amount involved is $28 million.

The loan from what this website has gathered would be sourced from the National Investment Bank, NIB.

If approved, a member of parliament would receive over $100,000 for the purchase of a vehicle.

The Finance Committee of the House is expected to consider the loan agreement and report to the house.

The House has also approved $200 million additional funds from the World Bank for Ghana’s COVID-19 response programme.

The money would be used for the procurement of vaccines and other activities to strengthen the country’s health system.

Source: Rainbowradioonline.com

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