- Dear Ghanaians, you are not celebrating the founders day properly
- Parliament to cut down on number of MPs in committees as many MPs are not working
- Where is the Minority?- Majority Leader questions the silence of the Minority over the SSNIT scandal
- NDC MP breaks down in tears after Military task force demolished his 3-storey building (Photos)
Ghanaian movie makers should move with time and change from producing movies with old story lines to modern times. They have been advised to improve upon their
83.7% of respondents said the education level of their Members of Parliament was most important to them. The 1992 Constitution is loudly silent on the level of
According to reports, the 10th floor of the office complex called Job 600 caught ablaze on Tuesday, 18th July. Currently, the cause of the fire is yet unknown.
The piece of legislator covering the Office of the Special Prosecutor will be present before parliament today by the Attorney General and Minister of Justice, M
The Speaker is proposing for this special prosecutor to be appointed not by the president but rather the attorney general under parliamentary approval.
Member of Parliament for the Kumbungu constituency in the Northern Region, Hon. Ras Mubarak, has said that a simple apology from Mr. Sydney Casely Hayford would
Casely-Hayford was cited for contempt of Parliament for saying Ghana’s Parliamentarians make stupid decisions and would have turned the House into a tourist sit
Veteran journalist and politician, Mr. Fritz Baffour, has stated that Member of Parliament (MP), Hon. Adwoa Sarfo's reputation will not suffer long lasting dam
A ranking member of the pressure group IMANI Ghana, Mr. Casely Hayford, has joined the group of Ghanaians calling for Member of Parliament (MP) for the Dome Kwa
Some law students have filed a petition to the Chief Justice (CJ), and are seeking a clear interpretation of the recent decision of the nation’s highest body, t
Over 23 siting Members of Parliament (MP) have yet to be provided for offices in order to conduct their daily legislative duties, according to Hon. Rockson-Nels
An officer with the legal and governance division of the CDD, Kojo Pumpuni Asante is making a case for wide and strict investigations into the NLA scandal
Mr. James Avedzi Klutse, the former Member of Parliament for the Ketu North Constituency, has admitted that parliament's Select Committee on Finance received mo
Aziz Abdul Muniru, the member of parliament for the Akan Constituency in the Volta Region, has warned of the looming danger at Ghana's House of Parliament.
Kennedy Ohene Agyapong is a Ghanaian politician who represents Assin Central in parliament for the New Patriotic Party. He was first elected there in 2000. The
The appointment committee will, after an emergency session in parliament, consider whether or not to appoint Sophia Akufo as the substantive Chief Justice
YEN is gathering that the appointments committee will be probing the incoming chief justice on matters related to her familial relationship with Nana Addo
Mr Osei Owusu is speaking for the first time on the scandal after the declaration by the investigatory committee that was set up to probe the bribery allegation
The lawyer argued that the other legislators would have used the opportunity to call for Ayariga’s dismissal and a subsequent by-election in his constituency
Mr Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu described the whole spectacle as “an embarrassing spectacle".
An anti-corruption crusader, PC Appiah-Ofori is advocating for the expulsion of embattled MP for Bawku Central Mahama Ayariga.
Bryan Acheampong, the MP for Abetifi and the minister of state-designate has expressed worry over the security of the members of Ghana's parliament