President Akufo-Addo, left the country on Saturday, 6th July 2019, to lead the Ghanaian delegation to the 12th Extraordinary Session of the Assembly of the Union, being held in Niamey, the capital of the Republic of Niger.
Former President John Agyekum Kufuor says he is impressed with the work done so far by Ghana’s elections management body, the Electoral Commission (EC) under the leadership of the current chair Mrs Jean Mensa.
Majority Leader in Parliament, Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu in a news conference today June 13, 2019, apologized to Members of Parliament for not informing them earlier about the proposed 450-seater parliament chamber.
The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, says his government has made significant progress in all facets of the economy, over the last two and half years, and is working to put the country on the path of progress and prosperity.
Ranking member of Parliament's Defence and Interior Committee, James Agalga has called for the immediate resignation of Kan-Daapah, Minister for National Security, for supervising the alleged torture and unlawful arrest of some journalists.
A medical officer at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH), Dr. Augustine Adoliba Ayanoore has called on parliament to as a matter of urgency pass the over aged Occupational Health Hazard Bill to force various organizations to put up Occupational Health Teams in place at their work environments to prevent unnecessary occupational related health problems and deaths.
Ghana has not cleared herself from the embarrassment that came up after an avoidable error was detected on the 'Year of Return' sash presented to the Prime Minister of Jamaica by President Akufo-Addo during his visit and yet another embarrassment has befallen the nation.
The Deputy Minority Whip, Ahmed Ibrahim envisages that due to the very busy schedule of outspoken Assin Central MP who doubles as a businessman, Kennedy Agyapong, he will be unable to perform as the new Chairman of Parliament's Committee for local government whose work is equally demanding.
Sarah Adwoa Safo who is the Deputy Majority Leader and Chairperson of the Women Caucus of the Parliament has warned that individuals who cast aspersions on female politicians risk facing the legal action once the Affirmative Action (AA) Bill is passed.