The Minority in Parliament has entreated the President to ensure the re-arrest of the eight members of Delta Force who were acquitted by a Kumasi Circuit court over the lack of evidence.
The NDC MP for Sagnerigu says a Kumasi Circuit Court’s decision to acquit some eight members of Delta Force who were standing trial for raiding a court, is farcical.
The Minority in Parliament has endorsed the nomination of Supreme Court judge, Justice Sophia Akufffo as the country’s next Chief Justice.
The Minority in Parliament says it will push for a bi-partisan investigation into bribery and murder claims made by some senior members of the governing NPP.
Ghana will mark World Press Freedom Day Wednesday by raising questions about the political will to pass into law, a bill that is expected to deepen access to information.
Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Alban Sumana Bagbin, is set to join the race for the presidential nomination of the opposition National Democratic Congress.
Three sitting Members of Parliament and a former MP have been cited by the British authorities for allegedly perpetrating visa fraud using their diplomatic passports.
The NDC MP for Keta says minority’s misgiving with government’s local bond issue has to do with its failure to follow the provision of the Public Financial Management Act (921) 2016.
The Chairman of Parliament’s Finance Committee says a call by the minority for a probe into government’s $2.25 billion local bond issue is completely baseless.
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Embattled Member of Parliament for Bawku Central Mahama Ayariga has been pardoned by the Speaker of Parliament Prof Mike Ocquaye in the infamous bribery scandal against the Energy Minister.
Bawku Central Member of Parliament has left his fate completely in the hands of the Speaker of Parliament who will determine today what sanction he deserves for impugning the integrity of Parliament.
A deputy Information Minister-designate says the apparent weakness of the National Media Commission could be blamed on its limited powers.
The Minority leader has said the unbridled attacks carried out by loyalists of the governing New Patriotic Party are threat to the stability of the country.
The Minority Leader is accusing the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) of misleading Parliament in a cocaine allegation case that is increasingly becoming a tale of mistaken identity.
The Majority in Parliament is accusing the minority of deliberating scuttling government’s business after it boycotted the vetting of some deputy ministers-designate Wednesday.
Deputy Finance Minister-designate, Kweku Kwarteng, is wondering why transport fares have gone up despite tax cuts by government on petroleum excise duty.
MPs are asking for a parliamentary probe into the micro-finance scam that rocked the Brong Ahafo Region last year leading to the loss of millions of depositors' money.
A member of the Joe Ghartey Committee says they wrote to members of Parliament’s Appointments Committee to help with investigations into the bribery claim, but none responded.
The Joe Ghartey Committee that investigated allegations of bribery against members of Parliament’s Appointment Committee has launched a spirited defence of the outcome of its work following widespread criticism.
The North Tongu MP has accused the Joe Ghartey Committee of acting beyond its mandate when it found Bawku Central MP, Mahama Ayariga in contempt of Parliament.
Senior journalist Abdul Malik Kweku Baako says the bribery claims made by Bawku Central MP, Mahama Ayariga were intended to hurt the reputation of Parliament.
Speaker of Parliament, Professor Mike Aaron Ocquaye, says he is committed to bringing finality to the bribery allegation made by Bawku Central MP, Mahama Ayariga.
Former CHRAJ boss, Justice Emile Short, says the report of the Joe Ghartey Committee instituted to investigate a bribery claim against some MPs did not fully resolve all the issues.
The Majority Leader claims that Bawku Central MP Mahama Ayariga wants another opportunity to apologise to Parliament for his behaviour Thursday.
The Member of Parliament for Ningo Prampram says the Minority will fight ensure every MP is accorded the deserved rights and privileges.
The Joe Ghartey Committee says it found no evidence to support the bribery claim made by Bawku Central Member of Parliament, Mahama Ayariga.
The Chairman of Parliament’s bribery Investigative Committee has said Ghanaians will find its report credible because the investigations were conducted in a non-partisan manner.
Deputy Transport Minister-designate, Titus Glover, has promised to liaise with the appropriate authorities to protect jobs reserved for Ghanaians in the maritime industry.
The atmosphere in Ghana’s Parliament Wednesday was tensed after a committee that investigated a bribery allegation laid its report.
Deputy Roads Minister-designate, Kwabena Owusu Aduomi, has advocated for an open competitive bidding in the award of road contracts.
A deputy Justice Minister-designate has said illegal mining known as galamsey is akin to committing mass murder and must be "completely" banned.
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 age-long issue about security for Ghana's Members of Parliament has been resuscitated following a recent terrorist attack at the London Parliament which claimed five lives and injured scores.
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.