The Minority Chief Whip says but for the rules of engagement in Parliament, Assin Central MP would have gotten in ten folds his threats of a showdown.
A ranking member of Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee has questioned the tone, timing and ‘seemingly hostile approach’ by the US in warning of a possible visa restriction.
NDC Member of Parliament for Ho West constituency of the Volta Region has signaled his intention to resign from the legislature, Joy News has learnt.
The Progressive People's Party (PPP) has expressed shock over the Minority's decision to boycott the ongoing national registration for the Ghana Card.
Civil Society Group Odekro has issued a damning report on how parliamentarians absenteeism has cos the taxpayer ¢1.4 million in the last year.
The Speaker of Parliament has tasked parliamentarians to formulate a new law that will make it criminal for health personnel to turn away patients over lack of beds.
The Minority in Parliament has announced a boycott of the registration exercise at Parliament for national ID cards citing legal, procurement and cost concerns.
Parliament's decision to investigate the Ghana Football Association over bribery allegations is in limbo after government announced it is dissolving the association.
Parliament has set up a special committee to probe bribery revelations within the Ghana Football Association contained in documentary by undercover journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas.
The Minority in Parliament says the government is taking the country back to the status of a Highly Indebted Poor Country status as it accumulates more debt than the economy can sustain.
Former President Jerry John Rawlings has criticized the unity drive of the led by the national executives of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC).
At a seminal moment in Parliament where the Communications Minister mounted a defense of a controversial $89m revenue monitoring contract, some key figures to back the deal were missing in action.
Communications Minister, Ursula Owusu Ekuful, has described as “ totally unnecessary” recent controversy over the contract awarded Kelni-GVG to monitor call traffic and revenue assurance.
The decision by the leadership of parliament to engage only first degree and masters holders for employment as research assistance has angered some MP.
Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Alban Bagbin, is calling for the Communications Minister to be directed to brief Parliament on the controversial Kelni GVG deal.
President of policy think tank IMANI says the policy decision which formed the basis for the appointment of KelniGVG to provide revenue assurance services for government is senseless.
MPs have voiced concerns, the police invitation to Lawra MP Anthony Abayifa Karbo to assist in fraud investigations may amount to a breach of his parliamentary privileges.
Parliament has taken a tough position against any attempt to legalize same-sex marriage in the country.
The Minority in Parliament has demanded that the Speaker forces the Agriculture Minister to the House to answer question after his no-show stalls consideration of the urgent matter.
The Interior and Defence ministers have been summoned to parliament to assure Ghanaians, a bloody fight between soldiers and police officers will never happen again.
Rockson Dafeamekpor says comments by the Deputy Special Prosecutor nominee about Martin Amidu’s temperament is a cliché thrown about.
So close to passage in 2016 but yet so far, Parliament has reconvened for another session but with no immediate plan to pass the13-year old Right To Information (RTI) bill, billed to help fight corruption.
The Minority in Parliament is kicking against a new formula announced for the disbursement of the District Assembly Common Fund.
A member of the New Patriotic Party is urging the Minority to summon the Health Minister and the head of the National Health Insurance Scheme to Parliament to resolve what has been a huge controversy over payment of debt.
All 275 MPs are expected back in Parliament following a recall to consider "urgent business".
The Parliament of Ghana is urging calm as efforts to unravel claims that some former ministers received a double salary during their tenure are ongoing.
Majority leader Osei Kyei-Mensah Bonsu is suggesting some former government officials may have been involved in a deliberate attempt to steal from the state by taking double salaries.
The Majority members of Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee are demanding an immediate probe into allegations Ghana’s ex-president John Mahama lead
Members of Parliament are likely to be recalled to the House for an emergency meeting to reconsider and ratify a 2015 Ghana-US Military agreement signed by former Foreign Affairs Minister Hannah Tetteh.
The Minority in Parliament has washed its hands off the Ghana-US Military Cooperation agreement by staging a walkout in Parliament Friday.
Parliament’s Constitutional Affairs Committee questions the provision on “unfettered access” in the controversial Ghana-US military deal.
The Majority leader in Parliament says Cabinet is yet to approve the RTI Bill, contradicting an earlier comment by Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia.
The Minority in Parliament has torpedoed the laying of the Ghana-US military agreement in the House, saying it has not been thoroughly debated.
The Minority Chief Whip has vowed to scuttle the military agreement between the government and its US counterpart, describing it as dangerous.
The Minority in Parliament has vowed to do everything possible to ensure a Ghana-US agreement on military cooperation is not approved by the House.
A pressure group is set to march to parliament Friday to protest an agreement between the government of Ghana and the US.
The Minority in Parliament has criticised the government over its military agreement with the US administration, saying it amounts to an overthrow of Ghana's sovereignty.
Senior High Schools are expected to fight for 256m Ghana Education Trust Fund (GETFUND) cash following government's change in the formula for the allocation of a piece of the pie.
MPs are expected to share a ¢20.6m cedis allocation for the monitoring of Ghana Education Trust Fund (GETFUND) projects and responding to educational emergencies.
Dr Kwabena Donkor accuses Auditor-General of shirking his responsibilities after it emerged accounts of more than 90percent SOEs had been unaudited since 2014.
Deputy Speaker of Parliament says the House is very much committed to passing the Right to Information Bill contrary to claims it is dragging its feet.
A Civil Society Organisation has given the government a 10 day ultimatum to lay the Right To Information (RTI) bill before parliament.
The Procurement Minister has referred to the Finance Ministry, queries about a GH¢28.8 million contract awarded by MASLOC through sole sourcing.
Minority leader, Haruna Iddrisu has lamented recent events in the mining industry, predicting an imminent disaster.
Parliament is set to question the Procurement Minister over claims Microfinance and Small Loans Centre (MASLOC) CEO awarded a GH¢28.8 million contract.
The Minority in Parliament has vowed to pursue a compensation package for owners of the 14 tipper trucks and excavators torched by soldiers.
Government is reportedly heading back to the financial market to raise GH¢2billion to clear debts owed by collapsed UT and Capital banks.
The Afadjato South MP has implored president Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to redeem his campaign promise to have 30 percent women in his cabinet.
Parliament has approved the General Legal Council's Legislative Instrument making entrance examination one of the admission processes to the Law School.
MPs are reportedly murmuring over persistent delays in the payment of their salaries.
Speaker of Parliament, Prof Mike Ocquaye, has charged the Gender Minister to keep a close eye on the case involving the defilement of a 6-year-old child at Assin Adadietem.
Government is in the process of drafting two new bills expected to reform legal education in Ghana, Parliament says.