Report from the Ashanti region Campaign Director and also a Former MCE for Asokore Mampong for the NDC Party, Nurudeen Hamidan makes it clear that Hon. Alban Sumani Bagbin should never imagine himself contesting with Mahama in the 2024 presidential election. According to him, it is not only him that has taken this decision but has joined hands with some group in the NDC and they are giving a strong warning to the Speaker of Parliament, Hon. Alban Bagbin that, they are ever ready to fight him if he makes his
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It was a dramatic moment for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) as the Chief Justice sworn-in the Speaker of the 8th Parliament, Hon. Alban Sumani Bagbin. The caucus of the NDC had been electrified with excitement as they take the lead in the House of Parliament with this status. The National Communications Director for the NDC, Sammy Gyamfi Esq., felt elated with this news as their parliamentarians kept faith with their agenda to win the Speaker for their learned and respected Alban Bagbin. He took satisfaction
Please follow this page for more updates. Voting for the Speaker of Parliament for the 8th Parliament of Ghana has just ended, and the Clerk of the house has finally declared the Winner. After a very tough battle in parliament prior to the voting of the Speaker of the House, the for NDC’s Member of Parliament for Nadawli Kaleo constituency, Honourable Alban Sumani Bagbin, has emerged winner of the Speaker. Prior to the official declaration of the results, most of the New Patriotic Party MPs, in an interview
Since 1992 up to date Ghana parliament chamber had 19 boycotts. The New Partriotic Pary had 7 walkout and the largest opposition National Democratic Congress had 12, with 143 Press Conferences,124 Pres Released and 10 demonstrations. In the interest of this article let dive into how and when the boycotts took place; August 22, 2003: Under the leadership, Alban Sumani Bagbin led his side and boycotted the debate on National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) February 23, 2005: The minority staged a walkout in
Please follow this page for more updates. Voting for the Speaker of Parliament for the 8th Parliament of Ghana has just ended. Though the Clerk of the house is yet to formerly declare the results, there are currently smiles showing in the faces of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) PMs in the floor of parliament, while their counterpart, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) appears sad and confused. Most of the New Patriotic Party MPs, in an interview with Joynews have stated that, they believed the NDC’s Member
Why should I grab votes: Hmm. Carlos Ahenkorah explained ￼ The newly-elected members of Parliament fought for the election of the Speaker of the Eighth Parliament. Dramatic events took place in Parliament on Thursday morning. From the confusion caused by the NDC congressmen occupying a majority of seats in the parliament, to the debate about the eligibility of the Northern Spurs Senator, and finally, the confusion over the voting method, the early days of the Eighth Congress are undoubtedly very important. eventful.