The Minority legislators on the Appointments Committee are against Ms Djaba’s approval citing her inability to undertake her national service amongst other issu
Otiko Djaba appeared before the vetting committee on Tuesday, and made headlines after for her refusal to offer an apology to former President Mahama
Nii Ayikoi Otoo, has suggested none of the ministers designated for the various ministerial portfolios being vetted by the Appointments Committee of Parliament
Mr. Kwesi Pratt Jnr, Editor-in-Chief of the Insight Newspaper has alleged that the original amount of money given to Parliament's Vetting Committee to approve E
Mr. Ayariga accused Mr. Agyarko of bribing the 10 Minority members on the Committee with GHc 3,000 to get his nomination approved.
The Speaker of Parliament, Professor Mike Oquaye, has approved the setting up of a five-member in-house committee, to investigate the corruption allegations.
Ghana's newly elected Speaker of Parliament, Prof. Mike Ocquaye, today will address a petition asking for the investigation into the alleged attempt to bribe ce
On January 27, Mahama Ayariga levelled allegations against Boakye Agyarko that he had offered a sum of GHC3,000 to each of the minority leaders
Ghana's new speaker of Parliament, Professor Aaron Mike Ocquaye, has urged first-time Members of Parliament to strive to uphold Parliaments' ethical standards.
As usual, Osarfo Marfo's sense of seniority has seen Ghanaians taking over social media to express how satisfied they have been in the turn out of events
President John Mahama is set to pocket a staggering 423,428 cedis as his take home salary as he adjusts to life as a former president.
The new Speaker of Parliament Professor Mike Oquaye has promised to be fair to all members of the House.
The parliament of Ghana will hold its last sitting for members who were defeated in the 2016 elections, and those who did not stand for reelection
The speaker said he had already packed his all his personal items from his office ahead of January 6, to peacefully handover to the Clerk of Parliament.
Acting director of public affairs in parliament, Kate Addo, says the exercise is to collate the data for all the MPs-elect for the parliamentary register.