MPs on Saturday night fumed, they are tired and frustrated as the house sat for about 13 hours to finish outstanding businesses before Christmas break.
Speaker of Parliament Prof. Mike Ocquaye is fighting off pressure from the public and civil society for the House to speedily pass the Right to Information (RTI) bill into law.
Heated exchanges were recorded in Parliament involving Foreign minister Shirley Ayorkor Botchway over malfeasance claims by the Minority.
Government is seeking an amendment to the Public Holidays Act that will make August 4 a Founders’ Day public holiday.
Controversy may be brewing in Parliament as Minority take issue with the award of a contract worth GHS100 million to a company that may not have the requisite experience.
The Minority Leader in Parliament, Haruna Iddrisu is calling for an increase in the number of parliamentarians from 275 to 300.
Parliament has approved GH¢246,966,071 being the budget estimates for the Ministry of Sanitation and Water Resources for the 2019 Financial Year.
With the President’s failure to meet his 2018 deadline for the passage of the Right of Information Bill imminent, his Vice has taken over in providing fresh deadline.
Government has withdrawn the controversial Ameri deal brought to Parliament by former Energy Minister, Boakye Agyarko.
The Minority in Parliament is accusing Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia of fraudulently and criminally inflating the deal that will allow for the use of drones in the distribution of blood.
The Minority in Parliament is demanding a collapse of the Ministry of Special Development Initiative.
An opposition MP brandished firewood in parliament to dramatize the failure of government to provide electricity in her Kpando constituency in the Volta region.
Government has finally laid before Parliament the Legislative Instrument (LI) on the office of the Special Prosecutor.
Former Deputy Education minister Samuel Okudjeto Ablakwa is daring the Vice President to take part in the debate of the 2019 Budget statement.
The Minority in Parliament has boycotted proceedings on the floor Friday accusing the Speaker of bias.
The Speaker of Parliament has said the ministerial nominees will in the near future be vetted not by the Appointments Committee of Parliament, but by specific committees of the House.
Pressure group OccupyGhana has described as backward, fears expressed by an MP with the governing party that passage of the RTI Bill will destabilise governance.
Members of Parliament who are perennial latecomers to the House will soon be exposed as leadership prepares to install clock-in devices.
Deputy Chief of Staff, Abu Jinapor, has said the Legislative Instrument that will give teeth to the Office of the Special Prosecutor has reached Parliament.
President Akufo-Addo has said so far, all allegations of corruption levelled against his appointees have been investigated by independent institutions mandated to carry out such investigations.
Transport Minister Kweku Ofori Asiamah is expected in Parliament to explain steps taken to reduce fatalities on the country’s highways following media reports of an escalation.
Samson Lardy has expressed shock at excuses given by some leading NPP MPs over their failure to pass arguably Ghana’s oldest bill, the Right to Information Bill.
Plans by Parliament to reshuffle members on the various Committees in the House have failed as Members of Parliament protest the arrangement.
The Majority Leader in Parliament 0sei Kyei Mensah-Bonsu, has appealed to civil society organisations not to pressure Parliament to pass the Right to Information (RTI) Bill.
The Minority in Parliament is disputing claims by President Akufo Addo that his administration has saved the country $7 billion after it renegotiated power deals signed by the Mahama Administration.
The Office of John Mahama has resolved to respond in equal measure to any attack by Vice President, Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia, on the person of the former President.
A disagreement between Parliament’s Communications Committee Chairman and a member of the Committee has been resolved and the outcome of the meeting has been fruitful.
Communications minister Ursula Owusu-Ekuful could face a parliamentary committee over a controversial involvement of a Chinese firm in Ghana's digital TV space.
MP for Manhyia North, Collins Owusu Amankwah, is pushing for punitive sanctions against a man who is alleged to have stolen 24 pieces of toilet rolls from Parliament.
Parliament has postponed its scheduled emergency recall from September 10 to 24, 2018.
Some parents complained, their children were placed at schools they did not chose, in regions they never selected.
Minority Leader Haruna Iddrisu has expressed concern over the growing job losses in the financial sector.
Central bank governor Dr. Ernest Addison who appeared before a Parliamentary probe into banking crisis failed to show it had sanctioned its officers, a member of the probe, John Jinapor said.
Parliament's decision to spare directors of seven collapsed banks from its probe has been criticised as likely to produce shoddy work.
Ken Kuranchie believes he has found a clause in the Constitution that bars John Mahama from contesting again as President unless Parliament permits him.
Some members of parliament have criticised the decision by the Finance Committee to query directors of the collapsed indigenous banks in-camera.
Parliament's decision to have an in-camera hearing into Ghana's bank crisis has been criticised as a needless waste of time.
Economic Fighters Group has petitioned the Speaker of Parliament demanding that he declares the seats of 54 notorious absentee Legislators vacant.
Parliament’s Finance Committee says it will drag before the House, Governor of the Bank of Ghana, Ernest Addison over the collapse of some five banks.
The Minority is fuming over what it says is the “corrupt” and scandalous attempt by the government to review the controversial AMERI deal.
A Deputy Information Minister Kojo Oppong Nkrumah says the government is committed to ensuring Ghana benefits hugely from the reviewed AMERI power deal currently before Parliament.
Parliament has proceeded on break without taking a decision on Ken Agyapong, who has been found guilty of contempt of Parliament by a special committee.
A Mines and Energy Committee meeting in Parliament to peruse the new AMERI deal has ended inconclusively.
Government has renegotiated the controversial Ameri power deal claiming the new deal will save the country a whopping amount of $400 million over a 15-year period.
Government has laid before Parliament a fresh agreement to amend the controversial $510 million AMERI power deal that was approved by the same House in 2015.
Majority leader in Parliament OseiKyei Mensah Bonsu has been defending President AkufoAddo’s decision not to consult widely before appointing the new EC boss, saying the law allows for it.
Government has come under pressure barely 18 months into its implementation of free SHS as cracks surface over a policy preached for 8 years whiles in opposition.
Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, has rendered an unqualified apology to parliament for describing it as cheap.
The Minority in Parliament is claiming there is a decline in the quality of secondary education following the introduction of the Free Senior High School programme.
From nowhere, Mr Ofori-Atta intoned 'there will be no increase in taxes'. The House lit up like a stadium in Russia, like that wild Iranian celebration after Morocco scored an own-goal in the dying minutes of the game.
The Minister of Finance Ken Ofori Attah is in Parliament to present a mid-year review of the 2018 budget.
A $90 million loan facility for the construction of a satellite campus at Bunso in the Eastern for the University of Environment and Sustainable Development (UESD) has been approved by Parliament.