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Akatsi North MP has said the New Patriotic Party made ambitious and elaborate promises to the citizens to gain votes and now they have to stick to their words.
While the finance minister, Ken Offori-Atta was reading the budget, some members of the minority began chanting '419 budget' and waved printed posters
Joseph Yieleh, the member of parliament for Wa West described the rampant dismissals as undignified and goes against the proper procedure for such actions.
Meanwhile, the speaker of parliament, Prof. Mike Oquaye has asked parliament to declare a ban on homosexuality and make it illegal.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo will on Tuesday, February 21, deliver his maiden State of the Nation Address (SONA) to Parliament.
Former Ningo-Prampram Member of Parliament (MP), Mr. Enoch Teye Mensah (E.T. Mensah), has called his former protege, Sam George, a serpent in an interview that
While the president was giving his speech, the minority broke into their own version of the song, singing out loud, "“Mahama b3 gye steer no, na Nana abr3 oo"
Helen Ntoso who is also the former Volta Regional Minister in the past Mahama administration urged the president to not make any hurried decisions.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has pledged to implement a railway system from Paga to Takoradi this year.
Professor Mike Ocquaye, the speaker of parliament has called for a complete amendment of Ghana's laws to ban homosexuality and make it illegal.
The Minority believe that if Act is amended the President will have more power at the local government level, and could therefore take decisions as and when
Ghana's new speaker of Parliament, Professor Aaron Mike Ocquaye, has urged first-time Members of Parliament to strive to uphold Parliaments' ethical standards.
Odekro, a research initiative into the parliamentary workings in Ghana have apologized to the Deputy Majority leader Sarah Adwoa Safo for wrongly ranking her
Inusah Fuseini, has criticized the list of ministerial nominees released by President Akufo-Addo stating that they are just'jobs for the boy.'
Joe Osei Wusu, the member of parliament for the Bekwai constituency has confirmed his appointment as the first deputy speaker of parliament.
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
Deputy director of public affairs in parliament, Kate Addo says the presentation by the Chinese government will be made during sitting tomorrow, January 4
So far, It remains unclear how much President Mahama will receive as his retirement package as close sources to the president say the he could retire on his pay
With all Members of parliament having been elected since the last general elections, it is now time for parliament to elect a Speaker of Parliament
Even as majority members of parliament jubilated over the unanimous ruling the facial expression by minority members shows that all was not well for them
Majority leader in parliament Alban Bagbin at a press conference revealed that the motion was signed by the minority leader Kyei MensahBonsu
Minority leader in parliament Osei Kyei MensahBonsu has expressed optimism over the debate hoping that good conscience will prevail