MR. PRESIDENT, REVERSE THE CULTURE OF SILENCE IMMEDIATELY

The tyrannical attitude of the President and his ailing administration has reached monstrous and intolerable levels and stands the chance of killing the spirit of Ghana’s Public Service. If not crushed, this poor standard administration may crush the hopes of decent people of this country. For the past 22 months, Freedom of Speech has never … Continue reading MR. PRESIDENT, REVERSE THE CULTURE OF SILENCE IMMEDIATELY

No More Home Invasions of MPs – Speaker Tells Police

Speaker of parliament, the Hon. Aaron Michael Oquaye, has urged the police service to in future, route invitations to Members of Parliament, through the leadership and Speaker of the House. The member in question, he said, would then attend to the appropriate invitation at the highest quarters preferable the Commissioner of Police CID in charge … Continue reading No More Home Invasions of MPs – Speaker Tells Police

Offices for MPs Has Become A Bane …Speaker laments absenteeism in Parliament

1st Deputy Speaker of Parliament, the Hon. Joseph Osei-Owusu, has lamented whether the provision of offices for MPs has helped the cause business in the Chamber. According to him, when MPs did not have offices and were compelled to do their work in the cafeteria, attendance was very encouraging but since the offices were provided, … Continue reading Offices for MPs Has Become A Bane …Speaker laments absenteeism in Parliament

MPs Not Above the Laws of Ghana – 2nd Deputy Speaker

2nd Deputy Speaker of Parliament, the Hon. Alban Kingsford Sumani Bagbin has cautioned that Members of Parliament (MPs) are not above the laws of Ghana. According to him, MPs enjoy certain privileges and special rights but that does not put them above the laws of the country. Hon. Alban Bagbin gave the warning when his … Continue reading MPs Not Above the Laws of Ghana – 2nd Deputy Speaker