Ken Offori-Atta, the finance minister has said that the Minority's heckling with '419' placards during his 2017 budget reading rather boosted his confidence.
The member of parliament for Kunbugu, Ras Mubarak has described the new government's 2017 budget as disappointing.
While the finance minister, Ken Offori-Atta was reading the budget, some members of the minority began chanting '419 budget' and waved printed posters
The maiden Budget Statement of the Akufo-Addo government will be unveiled in Parliament today, March 2, 2017.
Joseph Yieleh, the member of parliament for Wa West described the rampant dismissals as undignified and goes against the proper procedure for such actions.
Rev. Father Stephen Wereko believes that taking a pro-gay stance in Ghana would mean Ghana no longer enjoying the blessings and peace God has bestowed it.
Ablakwa in a Facebook post has described the claims by Mr. Osei Owusu as nothing but a desperate fabrication.
Parliament is set to finally settle on Otiko Djaba's ministerial approval later Tuesday, and it is expected to be quite the debate.
Parliament’s Appointments Committee has recommended for approval five ministers-designate vetted within the past couple of days.
Vice President Mahamdu Bawumia has intimated that he hopes the Right To Information (rti) Bill to be passed within the first 100 days in office of the Nana Akuf
Looking all jovial, relaxed but yet confident, Ursula Owusu Ekuful revealed that she had turned a new leaf making her measured in her public and private talks
Minority Leader, Hon. Osei Kyei-Mensa-Bonsu, has called the sizzling bribery scandal that hit the Appointments Committee last Friday as "a seismic one".
“He has the heart of the devil,” Otiko said of the former President.
The MP for Bawku Central and a member of Parliament’s Appointments Committee, Mahama Ayariga, risks being suspended should his bribery allegation turn out false
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.