The Defence Minister will today face the Member of Parliament for the North Tongu Constituency, Hon Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa to answer questions concerning what he called the " luxurious traveling" by the president to France, Belgium and South Africa.
The president not long ago embarked on a 9 days trip to three countries. The president instead of using the presidential jet hired a private jet which cost £15,000 per hour. After the trip of the president, the total amount of money that was paid by Ghanaians was Gh¢ 2.8 million.
The law maker for the North Tongu Constituency, Hon Ablakwa following this filed a for a permission to question the Defence Minister and the Finance Minister. Finally, the speaker has given the permission to the MP to question the minister of Defence. According to Parliament's provisional order, the MP of the North Tongu will ask the minister whether the presidential jet is in a good condition to serve for a purpose.
Today in Parliament will be very busy due to this questions that will be asked by the MP. Follow up and know what happens today in Parliament. Leave your expectations in the comment box below.
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