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17 NPP MPs did not sign petition to investigate Mahama

September 3, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

Seventeen Members of Parliament who belong to the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Minority Caucus were not signatories to the petition that necessitated the motion which was seeking to investigate President John Mahama over the Ford Expedition gift saga. The names of the Members are immediately not known. That means, 104 NPP Mps out of the […]

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Adjaho delivered ‘technical knockout’ for NDC – Attah Akyea

September 2, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

Speaker of Parliament Edward Doe Adjaho was partisan in his ruling on Thursday, 1 September, which scuttled the chances of the Minority to engage the Majority in a debate over the propriety of President John Mahama’s acceptance of a Ford Expedition as a gift from Burkinabe contractor Djibril Kanazoe, Abuakwa South MP Samuel Atta Akyea […]

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Mahama Ford motion fiasco a financial loss to the state – Bagbin

September 2, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

Majority leader Alban Kingsford Sumani Bagbin has described as a colossal loss to the state the sudden recall of Parliament to consider a motion asking that the President be investigated for conflict of interest. He explained that, the state would have to pay the transportation of all 275 Members of Parliament whom hitherto were vigorous […]

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Ford gift probe: Minority abused parliament – Asiedu Nketiah

September 1, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

The General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Johnson Asiedu Nketiah, has criticised the Minority in parliament over what he says is its move to get parliament to override the constitutional mandate of the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ). According to him, “in a democracy there is dictatorship by the law”. […]

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Revealed: Gov’t to pay US$130m to cede T3 plant to AMERI

August 6, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

It has emerged that government is tied to commit a whopping sum of 130 million dollars to AMERI on the planned ceding of the T3 plant in the Aboadze thermal enclave. The Minority Spokesperson on Energy, K.T Hammond is alleging that a classified document he’d intercepted covering the supposed transaction in the T3 project with […]

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$647m power deal ‘dubious’ – Minority

August 4, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

The Minority in Parliament has questioned what it has described as a “dubious” power deal between the government of Ghana and Early Power Limited for the installation of a 400MW combined gas turbine power plant at a cost of $647 million. The deal has generated controversy. The Minority alleged the government had inflated the cost […]

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We saved EC – Minority

July 23, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

The Minority in Parliament has justified its decision to reject the Constitution (Amendment) Bill, 2016 which was seeking to change the voting day from December 7 to November 7 in every election year. The Bill, which was submitted by the Electoral Commission (EC), needed the Minority support to obtain the 184 votes required to amend […]

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Minority must explain rejection of November 7 date – Muntaka

July 22, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

Majority Chief Whip , Muntanka Mohammed, has accused the Minority in Parliament of deliberating opposing a move to change the general election date from December 7 to November 7. Parliament on Thursday rejected the passage of the Constitutional Amendment Bill 2016. After a vote on the Constitutional Amendment Bill 2016, 125 members voted ‘Yes’ in […]

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Attorney General misled Parliament on election date change – Mensah-Bonsu

July 22, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

The Minority in Parliament has accused the Attorney General of misleading Parliament in an attempt to get the voting date for general elections changed. The minority lawmakers voted to reject the constitutional amendment to move the voting date in Ghana from December 7 to first Monday in November. They argued that although they wished to […]

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Nov 7 or Dec 7: Minority leader violates secret ballot rule

July 21, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

Despite the secret ballot rule, the Minority leader and Suame MP boldly displayed his vote on a constitutional amendment bill to change the election date to November. Osei-Kyei Mensah-Bonsu showed he voted against the crucial bill which needs votes from the Minority to get a super Majority before it can be passed. The display of […]

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