Speaker urges journalists to be professional with reportage

Speaker of Parliament, Rt.Hon.Prof.Aaron Mike Oquaye has urged journalists to exercise professionalism and objectivity in their reportage in order to serve the nation better.The Speaker made the pronouncement when he sworn-in newly elected executives of the Parliamentary Press Corps at a ... — Read More

Creation of new regions to address poverty- Dan Botwe

Minister designate for Regional Reorganisation and Development, Daniel kweku Botwe has maintained that, the creation of additional four regions would be in the interest of the country and not based on partisan sentiments.He says creation of new regions will accelerate development ... — Read More

Akufo-Addo in Ethiopia for AU summit

President Akufo-Addo is off to  Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to attend the Ordinary Session of the Assembly of the African Union (AU).The Summit, which is to take place from the 30th to 31st of January, was preceded by a meeting of the ... — Read More

Akoto Osei, Dan Botwe to face vetting on Monday

The Appointments Committee of Parliament will resume the vetting of ministerial nominees on Monday, January 30, 2017.So far, thirteen (13) of the 36 nominees, have been vetted with eight (8) already approved.Nominees who are to be vetted, include the Minister-nominee for ... — Read More

Parliament to probe bribery allegation

The leadership of Parliament has said it will still go ahead with investigations to establish whether there was indeed bribing of Members of the Appointments Committee by Minister of Energy, Boakye Agyarko.Despite Senior Minister-designate Osafo Maafo and Energy Minister-designate Boakye Agyarko ... — Read More

Appointments Committee approves 8 nominees

The Appointments Committee of Parliament has, by consensus, approved eight Ministerial nominees out of the 13 ministerial nominees vetted so far, the Committee’s first report has indicated.According to the first report of the Appointments Committee on H.E. the President’s nominations for ... — Read More

Striking State Attorneys to resume work today

President of the Association of State Attorneys, Francisca Tete-Mensah has confirmed that, they have called off their three months’ strike and would resume work on today Monday, January 23.Francisca Tete-Mensah said when President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo assumed office, he assured ... — Read More

Appointments Committee warns nominees over tax returns

The Appointments Committee of Parliament is taking the issue of tax returns seriously, and so ministerial nominees who are found to have defaulted in filing same risk being disqualified, Sampson Ahi, a member of the committee, has said.“The constitution has stipulated ... — Read More

Trump inauguration ongoing

Donald Trump will later today be sworn in as 45th president of the United States of America.He takes over from President Barack Obama at precisely noon (17:00 GMT). Before then, Mr Trump must recite the oath of office.Trump will deliver his ... — Read More

Speaker of Parliament mourns with Asanteman

The Speaker of Parliament Rt. Hon Aaron Mike Oquaye is leading a parliamentary delegation to the Ashanti regional capital of Kumasi to participate in the burial/funeral rites of the Asantehemaa and mother of the Asantehene,  Afia Kobi Ampem.The Speaker, whose wife ... — Read More

Lets hold gov’t to account—Sampson Ahi

The Minority Member of Parliament for Bodi Sampson Ahi, has stated that the new government has no excuses if it fails to deliver the promises made to Ghanaians and is expecting the populace to hold them responsible if they fall short.Mr ... — Read More

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