Parliament’s Defence and Interior Committee has described as woefully inadequate, allocations made to the Ministry of Interior in the 2017 budget.
The Member of Parliament for North Tongu has called on political leaders to rise up against the activities of vigilante groups affiliated to them.
The Foreign Affairs Minister has expressed discontent with the Finance Ministry’s decision to limit its use of internally generated funds.
The NDC MP for Yunyoo in the Northern Region has blamed what he said was former President John Mahama's "incompetence" for the party's defeat in the 2016 polls.
The Minority in Parliament says it is heading to the apex court to challenge government's decision to cut down statutory payment to the District Assembly Common Fund.
It is now clear that President Nana Akufo-Addo will have to wait until May 2017 before he will have the full complement of his government to deliver on promises made ahead of the campaign.
The NPP MP for Afigya Sekyere East has called on government to make the passport acquisition process less cumbersome for applicants.
The Minority in Parliament has implored government to bear the medical expenses of students who were injured in the Kintampo Waterfalls disaster.
North Tongue Member of Parliament, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, has expressed worry over the rising incidents of hate activities across the world.
The Member of Parliament for Keta has threatened to challenge the House's approval of government's 2017 budget in court on Monday.
A cloud of uncertainty hangs over Parliament’s ability to approve all of President Akufo-Addo's Deputy Ministerial nominees before the house rises at the end of the month.
The Majority in Parliament is demanding an apology from the erstwhile National Democratic Congress government for overspending its 2016 budget by GHC8 billion.
Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, has submitted to Parliament Tuesday amendment bills of some laws to allow for government’s tax cuts.
The Deputy Northern Regional Minister-designate has proposed the use of Alternative Dispute Resolution mechanisms to address the decades-old conflict in Bimbilla.
Member of Parliament’s Mines and Energy Committee, Adams Mutawakilu, cautions government to focus on fixing the depreciating cedi rather than blaming previous government.
Parliament’s Mines and Energy Committee has summoned management of the Public Utility Regulatory Commission Thursday following Joy News expose on some questionable payments.
The minority in Parliament has asked government to review the amount of GHC1.56 billion allocated to the Office of the President, describing it as “gigantic and elephantic.”
The Minority in Parliament has threatened to withdraw support for the approval of the 2017 budget accusing government of illegally reducing funds allocated to District Assemblies.
Minority Leader Haruna Iddrisu says the Majority Leader Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu is partly to blame for the embarrassment that was caused the country in Abuja last month.
Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta has said the government of the New Patriotic Party will roll out seven of its many promises in 2017.
A former Deputy Finance Minister has disclosed the governing New Patriotic Party might tap into statutory payments to finance its many campaign promises.
MP for the Keta Constituency Richard Quarshigah is accusing President Akufo-Addo of illegal conduct in the creation of new ministries and re-alignment of others.
Asawase MP, Mohammed Mubarak Muntaka has urged African countries to boycott South African products in retaliation for the recent xenophobic attacks there.
Three female Members of Parliament have lauded President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for his readiness to collaborate with the House to pass the Affirmative Action bill.
The Minority has condemned the arrest of persons accused of releasing a video in which NPP’s Invincible Forces attacked a police officer at the Flagstaff House.
The Minority in Parliament has registered its disappointment in what it described as the attempt by the governing New Patriotic Party to downplay the performance of its predecessor.
The Deputy Minority leader says he would not “trust” statistics about Ghana’s economy churn out by the International Monetary Fund because they are compromised.
President Akufo-Addo's pledge to use agriculture as a vehicle to solving unemployment which is one of Ghana's biggest challenges has set two Members of Parliament splitting hairs.
MP for Bawku Central, Mahama Ayariga has told Parliament’s Bribery Investigative Committee Monday that he has never spoken to Energy Minister.
Energy Minister Boakye Agyarko says the claim that he had attempted to buy his approval in Ghana’s legislature with a bribe was contrived.
Minority Chief Whip Muntaka Mubarak has taken pains to stress as false, claims by a member of his caucus Mahama Ayariga, that bribes were paid to approve a ministerial nominee.
North Tongu MP Okudzeto Ablakwa is set to explain to a special committee of parliament, why the First Deputy Speaker's testimony against him in an MPs bribery saga is not be believed.
The Bawku Central Member of Parliament says he returned the alleged GHC3,000 given him to Minority Chief Whip Mohammed Muntaka after he realised it was not what he had thought.
The NDC MPs have asked President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to spell out in his State of the Nation Address, scheduled for Tuesday, the sources of funding for the free SHS policy.
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 first witness in MP bribery investigations Joe Osei Owusu says claims that MPs were paid monies to approve a ministerial nominee appeared to him as 'a joke'.
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.