Annor Dompreh: Okudzeto Ablakwa Is a Nuisance to Parliament

Chairperson of the Committee on Foreign Affairs and Member of Parliament for Nsawam Adoagyiri, Frank Annor Dompreh, has indicated that ranking member of the committee, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, has become a nuisance to parliament. According to him, the North Tongu legislature would destroy his reputation and put his career at risk if he persists in … Continue reading Annor Dompreh: Okudzeto Ablakwa Is a Nuisance to Parliament

Calls to Amend Presidential Office Act to Cap Staffing of Gov’t

A national dialogue is being proposed to amend the Presidential Office Act, Act 463 (1993) to allow the capping of staff of the various arms of government.This, the advocates argued, has arguably become necessary because of current developments in the New Patriotic Party (NPP) government and the fear that future governments would increase their staff … Continue reading Calls to Amend Presidential Office Act to Cap Staffing of Gov’t

Minority Cite Oppong Nkrumah for Peddling Lies on Gov’t Size

The capacity of new Minister of Information, Hon. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, to be honest and lay the truth bare even if unpleasant to government has been called into serious question after a failed attempt to address controversy surrounding the Office of Government Machinery (OGM) staff for 2019.The Minister had claimed the 1,614 figure captured in … Continue reading Minority Cite Oppong Nkrumah for Peddling Lies on Gov’t Size

The National Cathedral Debate Must Not Divide Us

The tumult created by Government's decision to pull down structures including the residences of judges, the Passport Office and the Scholarship Secretariat and in their place erect a national cathedral doesn't appear to be abating anytime soon. What worries me, however, is the calamitous form this debate is assuming by the rather unfortunate effort to … Continue reading The National Cathedral Debate Must Not Divide Us