Covid-19 test: Frontiers Healthcare Services made a profit of $130million in 18 months

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The Ranking Member on Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee Honourable Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has disclosed that, Frontiers Healthcare Services Limited has made a staggering supernormal profit of US$130million (GHS984.7million — that’s almost a billion Ghana Cedis) over the last 18 months.

According to the Lawmaker, by their conservative estimates, the less than two (2) months old hurriedly incorporated Frontiers Healthcare Services Ltd made a whopping profit which could be used to transformed our foremost institutions whose scientists sacrificed greatly to fight the pandemic.

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Mr. Ablakwa, in a statement said, one day, and soon it shall be, we will smoke out the real McCoys Frontiers fronted for in that sleazy extortionist airport testing scheme which trampled upon all Ghanaian laws with utter impunity.

He indicated that, you can bet rightly that a majority of Ghanaian companies doing legitimate business for decades have never seen that kind of balance sheet in their entire corporate life.

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The North Tongu Member of Parliament explained that, per the unpatriotic nepotistic agreement, the Ghana Airport Company which belongs to all 30.8million Ghanaians made a paltry US$8million. Don’t be surprised therefore that Ghana Airport cannot pay their electricity bills.

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“So, Frontiers and a few nation-wrecking cronies they are fronting for are smiling broadly and giggling loudly all the way to the bank having made an inhumane booty of US$130million from a pandemic which claimed countless lives. Ironically, our government says the rest of us should blame bad guy COVID-19 for all our current economic miseries.”

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“Imagine how 1billion Ghana Cedis could have transformed our foremost institutions whose scientists sacrificed greatly to fight the pandemic — I am referring to the globally acclaimed: Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research, the National Public Health and Reference Lab, Korle-Bu and the West African Centre for Cell Biology of Infectious Pathogens (WACCBIP).” Mr. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa said.

According to him, we are, quite clearly, our own enemies.

SOURCE: Coverghana.com.gh

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