Government has dismissed claims by the Ghana Medical Association (GMA) that it was not aware of the service agreement deal to have drones deliver essential medical supplies to remote areas in Ghana .
At a press briefing in Accra Wednesday morning,
The GMA on Tuesday called on
It also claimed that the association was not consulted on the matter and therefore called for a broader stakeholder consultation.
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Dismissing the claims by the GMA,
“Government is therefore taken aback at the current position of the GMA when it says the proposed services to be provided by the drones do not conform to the primary healthcare policy in Ghana,” he said.