Following Samuel Okudzeto's report from the Parliament, today posted on his Facebook page. The National Democratic member of parliament for North Tongu in the Volta region reveals they have finally succeeded to let the President comply with the Presidential office Act 1993 (Act 463) which requires the president to report to the parliament annually on the staffing position at the office of the President.
According to Samuel Okudzeto, this will help the members of the parliament to ask the president any question which involves the growth of the country.
He also outlines the things they spoke about during the sitting which has been declared to the public on his Facebook page. Some of the things they spoke about are down below;
He further stated this country urgently needs a new leadership direction following where New Patriotic Party Administration by Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo is taken us to.
Now things are getting worst every blessed day, upon all the huge number of appointees still they can't bring any change to look like the promised land he said.
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