During the peak of the outbreak of Ebola, Ghana spent a whopping Ghc1.5M to build a facility to battle it should it had landed in Ghana.
On top of that, the government equipped the facility with items worth Ghc700,000.
Confirmed reports revealed by Ghana Crimes has it that the facility is rotting with all the equipments stolen out from it.
During the Ebola outbreak,
Ghana constructed a specialised infectious centre in preparedness for the Ebola Patients at a cost of 1.5 million Ghana Cedis.
This facility has been left to rot.
To add salt to injury, equipments worth 70,000 Ghana Cedis has been stolen from it. pic.twitter.com/MUvozdumQj
— Ghana Crimes (@GhanaCrimes) February 28, 2020
It seems the leaders of Ghana ain’t much concerned with the rate at which the taxpayer’s money is being mishandled in the country.
That space could have been changed to something else since it couldn’t be used for the purchase for which it was built.