Inusah Fuseini is pushing for an independent probe into circumstances leading to the mass failure recorded in the 2017 Ghana Bar exams.
There is a growing opposition to GLC’s Legislative Instrument seeking to legitimise the admission processes at the Ghana School of Law.
Ghana's longest-serving deputy Attorney-General has been approved by Parliament as the Special Prosecutor tasked to fight corruption.
The Minority Chief Whip says his side will be forced to come before Parliament with a motion to impeach the Speaker, Prof Mike Ocquaye if he doesn’t shed off his partisan colours.
Minority Chief Whip Mohammed Mubarak Muntaka was compelled to withdraw a comment in Parliament that President Akufo-Addo has deceived Ghanaians.
The Special Prosecutor nominee has said he turned down an invitation to become a justice of the Supreme Court in 1999 stressing taking up the appointment is not about status.
Martin Amidu receives an overwhelming endorsement from Parliament’s Appointments Committee to become Ghana's first Special Prosecutor.
Special Prosecutor nominee, Martin Amidu has dismissed claims he has an axe to grind in his fight against corruption.
The nominee for the office of the Special Prosecutor has said he has been neutral since the day the President announced his appointment.
Nominee for Special Prosecutor position has said although he criticized the bill which set up the office, most of it has been taken care of before it was passed into law.
Special Prosecutor nominee, Martin Amidu, says his work as an anti-corruption campaigner has never been about himself but rather the need to protect Ghana’s interest.
Nominee for Special Prosecutor, Martin Amidu, says he considers his nomination as a fine opportunity to prevent any future coup in Ghana.
Parliament’s Appointments Committee is ready to vet Special Prosecutor nominee Martin Amidu despite a suit challenging his nomination, the Minority Chief Whip has said.
President Nana Akufo-Addo has taken a swipe at the Minority in Parliament, saying it is allergic to facts.
The opposition in Parliament have identified with the words of the national anthem to protest disrespectful treatment by an overwhelming Majority.
The hour has come. The president, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is here in Parliament to carry out a constitutional obligation enshrined in Article 67 of the 1992 Constitution.
The rift among lawmakers triggered by the cash-for-seat report appears to be widening following the Minority’s adoption of ‘sit and watch’ attitude towards parliamentary business.
The Minority in Parliament joins calls for the abolishment of the Special Petroleum tax blamed for the geometric increase in prices of petroleum products.
The Ghana Integrity Initiative is calling on parliament to hand the two conflicting cash-for-seat reports to an independent body for assessment.
The Minority leader has served a notice to his Majority counterpart, Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu he will react to all the insults he hurled at him over the cash-for-seat saga.
A bi-partisan committee tasked to investigate the cash-for-seats saga has descended into a fight over the draft of its final report.
The Minority in Parliament has dissociated itself from the cash-for-seat report that has been laid before the House, venting its frustration on the Speaker.
Trades Minister, Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen, who has been accused of using the Presidency for profiteering has been cleared of any wrongdoing in the cash-for seat probe.
Minority in Parliament has walked out of a debate on the cash-for-seat probe which investigated claims the presidency was used for fundraising by a private event organiser.
Haruna Iddrisu has supported the president’s decision to suspend the Upper West Regional Minister over attacks on NADMO workers Wednesday.
The Minority in Parliament has called for a change in the security detail at the House after it alleged the current team has been infiltrated by Delta Force members.
The Minority in Parliament says it will head to the Supreme Court to seek a review of its decision endorsing the practice of swearing in of the Speaker as president.
Parliament will sit on Saturday to swear in the Speaker, Prof Mike Oquaye as president of Ghana, the Majority Leader has said.
The Controller and Accountant General has declined to respond to questions about the use of funds raised for the 2017 Ghana Expatriate Business Awards, saying he is not privy to that.
The Special Investigative Committee probing the alleged sale of presidential seats to expats has summoned the Controller and Accountant General to assist it with its work.
Inspector General of Police, David Asante-Appeatu, has been summoned to Parliament Tuesday, over the recent killings of police officers in the line of duty.
Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has branded the president as an “intolerant” leader after he dismissed the cash-for-seat probe as “flimsy.”
Millennium Excellence Foundation President Ashim Morton has admitted to some lapses in his presentation before the cash-for-seat Investigative Committee.
The Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament has taken a dead aim at ex-president John Mahama, accusing him of sponsoring a number of events in the NDC to make a comeback.
Minority Chief Whip Muntaka Mohammed has vehemently defended his claim that the presidency was used to make profit for private individuals.
The North Tongu MP has charged the Trades Ministry to explain some curious payments made by the expatriate business community in the controversial cash-for-seat-scandal.
Muntaka Mubarak has exploded before the cash-for-seat Investigative Committee, saying he will answer questions the way he understands them.
Speaker of Parliament Professor Mike Aaron Oquaye has set up a five-member Committee to probe the alleged Trades Minister’s sale of presidential seats to expatriates.
The Minority in Parliament has one last chance to have its voice heard on the cash-for-seat saga after the Speaker temporarily suspended sitting for some corrections on the motion.
The Majority Leader, Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu has described as incompetent a motion brought by the Minority requesting for an inquiry into the cash for seat saga.
The North Tongu MP makes a last-minute appeal to the Majority, urging it to rally behind an urgent motion seeking a probe into the cash-for-seat saga.
Sitting on the controversial cash-for-seat emergency meeting in Parliament has begun amidst tension and drama.
In what may be a boost to the Minority’s push for a probe into the cash-for-seat scandal, Defence Minister Dominic Nitiwul is urging the Speaker to allow his colleagues on the other side to move the motion on the floor and to grant their wish to be heard.
The Minority in Parliament has challenged the Majority to support its call for a full-scale investigation into the alleged Trades Ministry extortion if there is nothing to hide.
Former Deputy A-G Dr Dominic Ayine says the NDC will continue to put the government on its toes, despite attempts to muzzle its voice.
The Minority in Parliament has asked Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, to resign following the release of what it said are “damning” revelations on the $2.25billion bond.
Embattled Deputy Trades Minister, Carlos Ahenkorah, says he is sorry for his verbal assault on opposition NDC MP, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa.
Speaker of Parliament, Prof. Mike Ocquaye, has suspended sitting again, the second in three days over a persisting issue of absenteeism.
For the second time in less than two months, the Speaker of Parliament has been compelled to suspend sitting because of poor attendance.
The Minority Chief Whip has accused the Trades Ministry of charging unapproved fees to the tune of $100,000 to grant access to President Akufo-Addo.
The decision by the government to reduce the 2018 budgetary allocation to the Information Ministry from ¢141million to ¢107million, has triggered sharp criticisms from MPs.
The First Deputy Speaker of Parliament has backed the Chief Justice’s call on Members of Parliament to desist from using ‘Honourable’ as a title outside the House.