Gov't halted distribution of ambulances because we have learnt from past mistakes - Pius Hadzide
The government has indicated that its decision to postpone the distribution of parked ambulances is for the good of the country.
According to the government, their decision is as a result of lessons learnt from past mistakes.
Government believes the latest development will enable the proper tracking system and training of manpower to deliver efficient healthcare in the country.
The National Ambulances requested for the suspension of distribution of the ambulances scheduled today, January 6 2020.
Speaking to Starr FM, the Deputy Information Minister, Pius Enam Hadzide said though the President wants the distribution of the parked ambulances quickly, it is for the good of the country the distribution was postponed
However, the National Ambulance Service has assured Ghanaians that the parked ambulances at the State House will be ready for commissioning on January 28 2019.
Explaining that by the said date, technical issues of the ambulances would have been completed and that will paved way for the distribution.
The National Ambulance Service also said only 211 ambulances are currently in the country. Adding 96 of them are still to come making a complete set of 307 ambulances.
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