Sinohydro Project Blackmail: You Don’t Want Roads – Minister tells NDC MPs

The Minority in Parliament has insisted it will not kowtow to the Majority New Patriotic Party's (NPP) near blackmail that criticism of the US$2 billion Sinohydro loan is akin to members of the side refusing road developments for their constituents. The Minority had raised serious objections to what it termed unusual terms and conditions in the … Continue reading Sinohydro Project Blackmail: You Don’t Want Roads – Minister tells NDC MPs

Parliament Eulogises President Kufuor on 80th Birthday Anniversary

Parliament has eulogized former President John Agyekum Kufuor as a true statesman whose composure, attitude and legacy permeates the very fibre of the Ghanaian society. Achievements of the former President, the House agreed, is written in gold and would be remembered for the roles he played to get many young people into mainstream politics. MP … Continue reading Parliament Eulogises President Kufuor on 80th Birthday Anniversary

RTI Coalitions Threaten Court Action if Law is Mutilated with Exemptions

Right to Information (RTI) Coalitions and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) have issued a warning they would head to the Supreme Court if Parliament mutilates the RTI law, to have it strike down as unconstitutional and inconsistent with Article 21 (1) f of the 1992 Constitution.The Coalitions noted that Ghanaians expect the Legislature to pass a … Continue reading RTI Coalitions Threaten Court Action if Law is Mutilated with Exemptions

Okoe Vanderpuije, The visionary Leader

Mayors have come and gone but the legacy of one Mayor produced by the National Democratic Congress (NDC) would always be remembered by Ghanaians for his exemplary leadership, competence, credibility and his quick response to challenges as far as the transformation of Accra is concerned.This Mayor is none other than Hon. Alfred Okoe Vanderpuije, former … Continue reading Okoe Vanderpuije, The visionary Leader

NDC MPs: Get Rid of Works and Housing Ministry …It’s a waste

The Minority in Parliament has suggested the Ministry of Works and Housing headed by Hon. Samuel Atta Akyea, MP for Abuakwa South, be closed down for nonperformance or renamed Ministry of Demolition.According to the Minority, the housing sector has not seen any appreciable development since the Akufo-Addo-led administration assumed the reins of government and yet … Continue reading NDC MPs: Get Rid of Works and Housing Ministry …It’s a waste

Parliament Adopts C.I. 109 for Referendum to Create New Regions

Parliament has adopted Report of The Committee of Subsidiary Legislation on the Referendum (Creation of New Regions) Regulations, 2018, (C.I.109) paving way for a referendum for creation of six additional regions. The referendum Regulations 2018 was laid before Parliament on 30thOctober, 2018 in response to petitions made to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo by individuals … Continue reading Parliament Adopts C.I. 109 for Referendum to Create New Regions

2019 Budget: Gov’t Pledges Massive Infrastructure Programme

Government has pledged to embark on massive infrastructural programme next year to position Ghana as transportation, energy and logistics hub in the West African sub-region. Finance Minister, Mr. Ken Ofori Atta who disclosed this indicated that the programme is intended to move goods, food items and people, create jobs and prosperity and ensure value for … Continue reading 2019 Budget: Gov’t Pledges Massive Infrastructure Programme

Digital Address Sparks National Identification Standoff

The Centre for Socioeconomic Studies (CSS) notes with grave concern the allegations that some officials of the National Identification Authority (NIA) have been refusing to register individuals who are either unwilling or unable to provide a digital address code. Our investigations have not only confirmed these allegations; but also, we have established that the refusal … Continue reading Digital Address Sparks National Identification Standoff

BE GUIDED BY HUMILITY IN SEEKING KNOWLEDGE – Pro. T. Johnson

The Chief Mentor of the Family Health Medical School, Prof. Timothy Johnson has urged students of Family Health University College, to strive for academic excellence and to be guided by humility in seeking knowledge in their chosen fields. Prof. Timothy Johnson stated this when he led a nine-member delegation to pay a visit to Family … Continue reading BE GUIDED BY HUMILITY IN SEEKING KNOWLEDGE – Pro. T. Johnson

Minority: Make Report on Creation of New Regions Public

The Minority National Democratic Congress (NDC) in Parliament has called on government to make the Justice Brobbey Commission Report on the creation of new regions public. According to the Minority, the Commission of lnquiry's Report should not be the exclusive preserve of few but must be opened up to the entire nation. The minority's call … Continue reading Minority: Make Report on Creation of New Regions Public