- Showdown in parliament today as Otiko's approval to be debated by Majority and Minority
- Parliament approved five ministers-designate by consensus; Otiko Djaba faith in limbo
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- There's a new Ursula Owusu in town and she was officially revealed during vetting
The award which was presented Collins Dauda at the parliament house in Accra was organised by the Confederation of Governance Assessment Institute (COGAI)
Odekro, a research initiative into the parliamentary workings in Ghana have apologized to the Deputy Majority leader Sarah Adwoa Safo for wrongly ranking her
Two of President Nana Akufo-Addo’s key Ministerial nominees are due to appear before Parliament’s appointments committee for vetting Saturday.
Osafo Maafo, senior Minister nominee, will be the first to appear before the committee, followed by Kan Dapaah.
The revelation by Martin Amidu has seen the New Patriotic Party (NPP) member for Mpohor, Alex Kofi Agyekum, call for Amidu to be summoned for questioning.
Inusah Fuseini, has criticized the list of ministerial nominees released by President Akufo-Addo stating that they are just'jobs for the boy.'
The stranded supporters say they want to be physically present at the swearing of the President-elect, hence some have started making their private arrangements
Joe Osei Wusu, the member of parliament for the Bekwai constituency has confirmed his appointment as the first deputy speaker of parliament.
Even as President Mahama prepares to make this historic speech on the floor of parliament, here are some news breaking statements that Mahama could make
Deputy director of public affairs in parliament, Kate Addo says the presentation by the Chinese government will be made during sitting tomorrow, January 4
Speaker for parliament Edward Doe Ajaho has been criticised for supposedly campaigning for Mahama in the Volta Region
MP for the Obuasi East constituency Edward Anning has made a shocking revelation about Ghanaian legislators stating that MPs are living in abject poverty
Here are the top highlights of the ministers budget reading
Minister of finance Seth Terkper will be facing parliament to justify reasons why government needs to spend more than it budgeted for in
Council of state has presented a new bill seeking to change the date for Ghanas elections from December to the first Monday in November
Foreign affairs minster Hannah Tetteh has described women in parliament as an endangered species