The outgoing Speaker of Parliament, Mr. Edward Doe Adjaho, who ends his tenure as the first officer of Ghana's Legislative arm of government has stated that he's done his best to serve his country.
Speaking as he officially dissolved Ghana's sixth parliament, the outgoing Speaker, Mr. Edward Doe Adjaho, had a few solemn and sincere words for members of the house who were present.
“I wish to say that while not by any means laying claim to perfection, I’ve discharged my duties as speaker to the best of my ability and the choices and decisions I made were neither dictated by malice, ill will nor self-interest but rather well intended and made in utmost good faith.”
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“As to my performance as a speaker, I believe I should leave it to posterity to judge. I’m, however, sure of one thing: that I’ve done my best to build on and add value to the work, programs and projects I inherited,”
With the dissolution of the Sixth Parliament, Ghana's legislative arm of government stands ready to swear in the Members of Parliament Elect - both new and incumbent - who had been elected in the recent general elections on December 7th, 2016. A formality that is slated to occur sometime around midnight tonight.