As Parliament readies to read the bill on the Office of the Special Prosecutor, the Speaker has cautioned that the President must tread cautiously in the creation of the office.
Financial Analyst Sydney Casely-Hayford has apologised and withdrawn his comments, which sought to cast a slur on parliament’s image.
The lashing from the public and various political figures seems endless for Deputy Minister for Trade and Industry, Robert Ahomka-Lindsay and the latest to join in the fray is Former Member of Parliament for Akwatia, Baba Jamal.
Former Member of Parliament, Benjamin Kofi Aryeh has said that President Akufo-Addo’s decision to put his seat on the line for the cause of fighting galamsey was a wrong one.
Member of Parliament (MP) for Amasaman Constituency in the Greater Accra Region, Emmanuel Nii Okai Laryea, is on the tails of the Deputy Roads Minister, demanding answer to why contractors working on major roads in the constituency have not been paid to continue work for the past eight months.
The ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) has said it is happy that the Deputy Minister of Trade, Robert Ahomka-Lindsay, has done the honourable thing by apologising for his “stop whining” comments.
Credible information from the quarters of the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) indicate that the state security agency will soon invite a former Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, Alhaji Inusah Fuseini, for questioning over the spy camera that was recently retrieved from the office of John Peter Amewu.