A Ranking Member of Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee is advocating for the overhaul of Ghana Post over repeated negative balance sheet.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has assured of the passage of the Office of the Special Prosecutor (OSP) bill when Parliament reconvenes in October.
The Minority in Parliament has thrown a challenge to government and Bank of Ghana to take steps to protect other banks from collapsing.
The Minority in Parliament is accusing Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta of doctoring figures when he presented government’s Mid-Year 2017 Budget Review, Monday.
South Dayi Member of Parliament says the police and others who acted in concert to arrest, search or detain Members of Parliament over the controversial AMERI power agreement are liable for contempt of Parliament.
Vice President of IMANI Africa Kofi Bentil says the immunity of Members of Parliament from arrest is medieval.
The Minority in Parliament says it deserves some commendation for demanding the withdrawal of the Office of Special Prosecutor’s bill expected to fight corruption.
The Majority Leader has accused former Speaker of Parliament Doe Adjaho of remote controlling the Minority side of the House.
Parliament was thrown into a state of confusion after the Minority accused the Speaker, Rt. Hon Prof. Mike Oquaye, of frustrating efforts of the opposition to hold government accountable.
The EC boss says monies the Commission took from some Ghanaians for the replacement of lost voter's ID cards during last year’s elections, are intact.
The Minority in Parliament says there could be some serious economic consequences if the Ameri Power Plant deal is repealed by the government.
Charlotte Osei will Wednesday appear before Legislators to respond to questions about the heated internal wrangling at the elections management body.
In a move that will revive a never ending controversy in the Power Sector, Adansi Asokwa Member of Parliament is asking the House to rescind its approval of the Ameri Power agreement.
The Minority in Parliament has for the third time insisted the Office of the Special Prosecutor’s Bill must be withdrawn from Parliament with immediate effect.
A member of the Minority in Parliament, Ni Lante Vanderpuye has threatened, Parliament will be made ungovernable if the state continues to harass their colleague MP, Kwabena Donkor.
The Parliament's Constitutional and Legal Committee says government's Special Prosecutor’s Bill could not be admitted under a certificate of urgency, suggesting a different route.
The lawmaker whose question triggered Parliament’s invitation of EC boss, Charlotte Osei says he was struck by the incoherence of figures in the Commission’s 2017 financial report.
The Chairperson of the Electoral Commission Mrs Charlotte Osei has been summoned to appear before Parliament next week.
The Minority in Parliament says it will mobilise and oppose any attempt to remove Charlotte Osei as the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission.
Former Chairman of PAC of Parliament has challenged Parliamentary Committees, especially the Committee on Government Assurances, to seek accountability regularly from ministers of state.
A former Deputy Attorney-General has debunked assertions the Minority is opposed to the setting up of the Office of the Special Prosecutor.
Speaker of the 7th Parliament of Ghana, Professor Aaron Mike Oquaye, will be the main speaker at a lecture which forms part of the Ghana@60 anniversary celebrations on August 4, in Accra.
In a latest twist to Tuesday’s fire that gutted the 10th floor of Job 600, Joy News has gathered smoke alarms fitted on the floor did not work at the start of the fire.
The Minority in Parliament is calling for the withdrawal of the Office of the Special Prosecutor bill over what it said is government’s pathetic treatment of the bill.
Parliamentarians have been left stranded without offices to work from the Ghana National Fire Service has shut down the Job 600 building as a result of a fire Tuesday night.
The Minority in Parliament is accusing President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo of misrepresentation on issues of the economy.
Over Ȼ15,000 debt is hanging around the neck of the management of NYA after it was compelled to replace the ignition system of the official vehicle of the CEO, Emmanuel Asigri.
Parliament is expected to go through a hectic week as some major bills will be read and discussed starting July 18, 2017.
Minority Chief Whip has accepted criticism that parliament appears to protect MPs who denigrate Parliament but goes after ordinary citizens for doing same.
MP for Obuasi West, Kwaku Kwarteng is beseeching his colleagues to forgive errant financial analyst, Sydney Casely-Hayford over his “stupid Parliament” comment.
Financial Analyst Sydney Casely-Hayford has apologised and withdrawn his comments, which sought to cast a slur on parliament’s image.
Parliamentarians are calling for increased support for science and technology research following the launch of Ghana's first Satelite into space by the All Nations University College.
A statesman, Vincent Cyril Richard Arthur Charles Crabbe, has pointed out Parliament as a weak link in Ghana's governance system.
Even before the SEC of the US concludes its investigations into a petition brought before it by some members of the Minority, an additional external petition has also been filed in Luxemburg.
MP for Ningo-Prampram in Accra, Sam George has kicked against calls for independent probe into the bribery scandal involving Members of the Finance Committee of Parliament.
MP for Tamale Central, Inusah Fuseini has held up calls for independent investigation into allegation that some of his colleagues received Ȼ100,000 from the NLA to 'push' a Bill through.
The defense put up by the Majority in the raging controversy over the sale of contaminated fuel by BOST Friday has come under biting criticisms.
The Public Affairs Director of Ghana’s Parliament has entreated Ghanaians to lower their expectations on their lawmakers.
Parliamentarians are urging the Speaker of Parliament to institute an independent probe into allegations that National Lottery Authority gave Parliament’s Finance Committee GHC100,000 to push the New Lottery Bill.
Twenty-three Members of Parliament in the current parliament do not have offices for themselves and their auxiliary staff.
The District Chief Executive for North Dayi in the Volta Region, Kudjoh Edmund Attah has assured the people of his area of government's commitment to making sure that all campaign policies are fufilled.
A former CHRAJ boss has called for immediate investigations into the circumstances under which National Lotteries Authority paid monies to some parliamentarians.
Parliament cannot sanction members of the Finance Committee who received money from the NLA to deliberate on a Lottery Law, Director of Public Relations has stated.
The Minority in Parliament is demanding an immediate interdiction of the head of the Bulk Oil Storage and Transport (BOST) Company over the raging controversy about the contaminated fuel.
The Minority in Parliament says it will oppose the deal in which government of Ghana is seeking to access a whopping $15 billion facility from the Chinese government.
A member of the legal team for the NDC, Abraham Amaliba has stated, the minority will support their colleagues in the majority to ratify the 'Gitmo 2' agreement.
The Ghana Cocoa Board has described as inaccurate claims by the Minority that cocoa farmers are being maltreated by the Akufo-Addo led government.
The Minority in parliament has described as unacceptable government’s decision not to increase the producer price of cocoa for the 2017 crop season.
The North Tongu Member of Parliament says government’s plan to issue national ID card to all the citizens holds the solution to the weaknesses in the country's passport system.
Chief Justice nominee, Sophia Akuffo says the National Media Commission’s Content law was struck down by the Supreme Court because it was too broad.
Chief Justice nominee, Sophia Akuffo says the country’s legal training will suffer if the Ghana School of Law is scrapped as being clamoured for.
Chief Justice nominee, Sophia Akuffo has promised to do her best to deliver efficient justice to minimize incidents of people punishing suspects in their own ways.