Amewu clears air over School of Survey and Mapping closure

The Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, John-Peter Amewu, has moved to clear the air over the demonstration and destruction of properties by some students of the Ghana School of Survey and Mapping earlier this month, which subsequently led to the ... — Read More

Freddie Blay made GNPC board chairman

The acting chairman of the New Patriotic Party, Freddie Blay has been appointed as chairman of the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation(GNPC) board by President Nana Akufo-Addo.Dr K.K.Sarpong who was earlier appointed the Managing Director is also a member, while Mr. Kwabena ... — Read More

Parliament approves last batch of deputy ministers

Parliament approved by consensus  the final batch of 30 deputy ministers of state designate before they rose on Friday.The approval of the nominees, who would soon be sworn-in, forms the last batch of deputy ministers to complete appointments of ministers and ... — Read More

Time to redeem Parliament- Joe Osei-Owusu

Chairman of the Appointment’s Committee, Joseph Osei-Owusu has admitted that the integrity of Parliament has been put in “tatters and it falls on all of us to work to redeem that”.His comments follows the Speaker of Parliament’s decision to pardon the ... — Read More

Speaker "forgives" Ayariga in bribery scandal

The Member of Parliament for Bawku Central Mahama Ayariga has been  pardoned by the Speaker of Parliament Prof Mike Ocquaye in the bribery scandal against the Energy Minister, Boakye Agyarko and members of the Appointments Committee.The Speaker said Ayariga should "go ... — Read More

Parliament goes on recess

The seventh Parliament has taken a break for the Easter holidays and are expected to be back till late May.Delivering his closing remarks to end the over 13weeks session, Speaker of Parliament, Rt.Hon.Prof.Mike Oquaye commended Members of Parliament for their cooperation ... — Read More

Former MP manhandled at Flagstaff house plans to sue

Former Gomoa Central Member of Parliament, Rachel Apoh who was allegedly assaulted and manhandled at the Flagstaff House on Friday(31st March,2017) is planning on seeking legal redress.Mrs Apoh who went to the Flagstaff house under the directions of the Finance Ministry ... — Read More

Parliament extends sitting by one-week

Parliament has decided to extend its sitting by an additional week,Majority Leader, Osei Kyei Mensah-Bonsu has said.Presenting the business statement to the house on [Friday], he said due to additional government business, the house is expected to deal with, they will ... — Read More

Tread cautiously with galamsey issues-MP

The Member of Parliament for Manhyia North, Collins Owusu Amankwah has urged government to be cautious with its approach in handling the issue of illegal mining also known as “galamsey”.Eventhough he condemns illegal mining in the country, Hon. Amankwah, reckons that ... — Read More

Appointments Committee resumes vetting today

Appointments Committee of Parliament will commence public hearing today, in what is expected to be a busy week for the legislature, as they will be racing against time to vet the final batch of President Akufo-Addo’s deputy ministerial nominees.The vetting, which ... — Read More

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