The health minister is to appear in parliament: On March 7, Mr. Kwaku Agyemang-Manu, the health minister, is expected to address Parliament about the actions being taken to solve the nation’s scarcity of childhood vaccines.
The Deputy Majority Leader, Mr. Alexander Kwamina Afenyo-Markin, stated this when giving the House’s Business Statement for the week ending March 4.
The health minister is to appear in parliament to brief them on the shortage of vaccines.
In the next week, 32 ministers were anticipated to appear before the House to address questions, according to the Deputy Majority Leader.
There would be 28 oral questions and four urgent questions out of the 32 total.
He requested the committees of the House to do their work on the matter quickly so that the House could discuss it.
According to Mr Afenyo-Markin, the President was due to address Parliament on March 8 in compliance with Article 67 of the Constitution.