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Cartoon of the day GH¢1.4 million blown on condoms

Pulse.com.gh brings another hilarious piece on how the Ghana Health Service under the Health Ministry spent GH¢1.4 million on condoms.

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Indeed, a large-scale of mismanagement and corruption by public servants could be identified as a major factor bedeviling the economy.

Corruption is rife among some public servants when monies allocated to them is mismanaged.

The Public Accounts Committee raised alarms about a one million Ghana cedi expenditure made by the Ministry of Health in the purchase of condoms.

This was under a program put together by the Ministry to control the spread of HIV- Aids.

Read more: Health Ministry blows GHC1.4mil on condoms

The Deputy Procurement Officer of the Ghana Health Service (GHS), Araba Kudiabor, has admitted her outfit’s guilt for by-passing the Public Procurement Authority (PPA) to procure 10 Great Wall Hovers vehicles through sole-sourcing at a  total cost of GH¢546,000 for the GHS.

Pulse.com.gh brings another hilarious piece on how the Ghana Health Service under the Health Ministry spent GH¢1.4 million on condoms.

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