Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has threatened legal action if he is not allowed to testify to the committee probing the matter.
Railways Development Minister, Joe Ghartey says he will not step down as chairman of Parliament’s bribery Investigative Committee over claims of potential conflict of interest situation.
The Chairman of Parliament’s Appointments Committee says he was uneasy and could not maintain eye contact with his members a day after he was implicated in a bribery allegation.
Chairman of Parliament’s Appointment Committee, Joe Osei-Owusu said he did not have any interactions with Bawku Central MP, Mahama Ayariga after he leveled bribery allegations against him and Minority Chief Whip, Muntaka Mubarak.
Juabeng MP, Ama Pomaa Boateng risks being replaced on the Special Investigation Committee set up to probe bribery allegation leveled against some legislators if she does not return to Ghana from Abuja, Nigeria.
The MP for Effutu on Friday notified the Speaker of ECOWAS Parliament his decision to step down from Ghana’s delegation to the Regional Parliament.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo will deliver his maiden State of the Nation address on Tuesday, February 21 on the floor of parliament.
Reports indicate that the five-member committee appointed to investigate the bribery allegation involving some MPs and a minister of state will be conducted in public.
The Minority in Parliament has stayed out of a voting process to authenticate the nomination of Otiko Afisa Djaba as the Gender Minister.
There was a hold-up during the swearing in of government appointees at the Tema Metropolitan Assembly on Monday after the credibility of some of the candidates was questioned.
A showdown is expected in Parliament later Tuesday when MPs vote on whether or not to approve Gender minister-designate Otiko Djaba.
In a move that will bring Parliament closer to the people, the Speaker Prof Mike Ocquaye has held a press conference promising a more responsive parliament to the needs of the people.
Parliamentary Affairs Minister-designate Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu has recalled his days as a spare parts dealer in the country.
The Majority leader Osei-Kyei Mensah Bonsu completed his vetting in under 30 minutes - a record for any nominee.
The Appointments Committee of Parliament is vetting Evalue Ajomoro-Gwira MP Catherine Afeku, for the position of Minister for Tourism, Culture and Arts.
A private citizen has petitioned CHRAJ to investigate Parliament as well as the Presidency over the bribery allegation against some lawmakers.
Some legal practitioners have spoken against the setting up of a Committee by Parliament to investigate an allegation of bribery involving some members of the Appointments Committee.
Chairman of the five-member committee investigating Parliament Appointments Committee's bribery allegation has revealed he was intimidated as he appeared before Committee on Thursday.
All 10 Minority members on Parliament’s Appointment Committee have voted against the approval of Otiko Afisa Djaba as Gender, Children, and Social Protection Minister.
Prof. Kwabena Frimpong Boateng, who performed the first open-heart surgery in Ghana is expected to open up his ideas on his plans to transform the country's science and technology culture.
The committee set up to spearhead an internal inquiry into bribery allegations against Parliament’s Appointments Committee begins Wednesday amid criticisms.
A sitting of legislators in Ghana’s Parliament was brought to an abrupt end after the roof of the building was ripped off by a severe rainstorm.
The Speaker of Parliament has set up a five-member Committee to probe the alleged bribery attempt made against some members of the Appointments Committee.
Chairman of Parliament's Appointments Committee, Joseph Osei Owusu says bribery claim made by the MP for Bawku Central is purely concocted.
NPP National Women's Organiser Otiko Afisa Djaba is before Parliament's Appointments C'ttee to be vetted as the minister-designate for the Ministry of Gender and Social Protection.
Gender Minister-designate Otiko Afisa Djaba says she felt disappointed when the Authority set up to drive development in the three regions of the North was beset with challenges.
The Appointments Committee of Parliament resumes vetting of ministerial nominees amidst raging controversy that MPs were given monies to approve a nominee.
The stage is set for what could be a test of the Legislature’s integrity as the claimants of a bribery allegation and the Majority both push for an enquiry.
The seventh Parliament was ushered in on midnight of January 6 with 125 new Members of Parliament.
Speaker of Parliament Professor Aaron Mike Ocquaye has entreated first-time MPs to make the effort to learn the ethics of the House.
Parliament's Appointments Committee is set to resume its sitting Monday after a brief break.
Parliament has dismissed allegations made by Bawku MP that GHC3,000 was offered some NDC members on the Appointment Committee to unduly influence them to approve a nominee for Energy minister
The Chairman of Parliament’s Appointment Committee resolves to challenge the Bawku Central MP in court over bribery allegation he was cited.
Minority Chief Whip Mubarak Muntaka has sworn he never gave any money to Bawku Central NDC MP Mahama Ayariga who has claimed, it was to bribe some NDC MPs.
Chairman of Parliament's Appointments Committee, Joseph Osei Owusu says the Bawku Central MP has withdrawn bribery allegation he made against the Energy Minister-designate.
The Majority in Parliament has called for an investigation into the alleged bribery of members of the Appointments Committee.
Minority members on Parliament's Appointments Committee say they do not support the approval of the Senior Minister-designate and Energy Minister-designate.
The Appointment Committee of Parliament is expected to recommend the approval the first ten minister-designates it vetted except Osafo Maafo and Boakye Agarko.
Parliament has opened a probe into allegations of repeated use of brutal force by the Police during riot control situations, leading to deaths and injuries.
A study conducted by Civil Organisation, Odekro has named Deputy Majority Leader of Parliament Adwoa Safo, Assin Central MP Ken Agyapong and former Navrongo Central MP Mark Woyongo among 50 worst performing legislators in the sixth parliament.
The Minority leader in Parliament has questioned the Oath of Office President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia took during their swearing in.
The Minority is set to meet over what MP for Wa Central, Rashid Pelpuo, has described as highhandedness by the Chair of Parliament’s Committee of Appointment during vetting of minister-designates on Monday.
The Foreign Affairs Minister-designate has entreated Ghanaians without proper documentations abroad to reconsider their decision and return home.
President Nana Akufo-Addo’s ministers-designate for Trade, Foreign Affairs, Energy and Local Government will take turns Monday at parliament's Appointment Committee for vetting.
Three legal luminaries have faulted the constitution of the Appointments Committee of Parliament for vetting ministers designate.
Former Deputy Attorney General and Minister-designate for the Interior Ministry, Ambrose Dery, has pleaded with Parliament to act speedily and pass a legislation to help decongest the prisons.
The Finance Minister-designate says the over GHC2 million debt owed to Prudential Bank by the governing New Patriotic Party has been paid.
Senior Minister-designate, Yaw Osafo Maafo says the practice of sanctioning sale of state houses to outgoing government officials is unhealthy for the nation.
Myjoyonline.com brings you live update from Parliament where its Appointments Committee is set to vet four ministerial nominations starting with the Senior minister-designate, Yaw Osafo Marfo.
Parliament’s Appointment Committee will Friday vet four of President Nana Akufo-Addo’s Ministerial nominees.
The Minority leader says the vetting of ministerial nominees of the governing NPP would be a sharp departure from the usual rubber stamp that has characterized previous exercises.
The Member of Parliament for Adaklu in the Volta Region has questioned the decision by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to commit 205 troops to ECOWAS forces.