-Hanna Tetteh is expected to address Parliament today over decision by government to house the ex-detainees from Guantanamo Bay
- The foreign minister has attracted severe criticism over government's decision as critics have called on her to resign
- Hanna Tetteh has thus expressed preparedness towards today's briefing
Minister of foreign affairs and regional integration, Hanna Tetteh is expected to appear before the house of Parliament today as she addresses lawmakers over the reason(s) government sheltered ex-detainees from Guantanamo Bay.
Hanna Tetteh has come under severe criticisms over her public statements regarding the justifications for Ghana housing the detainees - top of which has been calls for her to step down as foreign affairs minister.
The outspoken minister who also doubles as a legislator has thus expresses preparedness for her address on the floor of parliament as she revealed in a Tweet that the chance would give her the needed time to set the records straight.
Meanwhile, security analyst Kwasi Aning has warned that that is Ghana bent on becoming part of the next target of terrorism in West Africa following the attack in Mali by al-shabab militants.