The heated arguments and discussions on the Private Members Bill against LGBTQI in Ghana are raging on, with many dissenting opinions. Those against the bill have described it as backward and an infringement on people's rights. The majority of the people have also welcomed the bill with open arms.
The Chief Justice of Ghana, His Lordship Kwasi Anin Yeboah is behaving more like a politician than a judge, according to Mr Ibrahim Murtala Mohammed, the Member of Parliament for the Tamale Central constituency. Justice Anin Yeboah has petitioned the General Legal Council to further investigate some disparaging comments made by Dr Dominic Ayini, former Deputy Attorney General and lawyer for former President Mahama in the 2020 election petition.
Parliament might have approved the controversial Twenty-eight million dollars ($28million) car loan for parliamentarians after huge protest from the Ghanaian community. It had since the announcement by the Finance Minister been a subject for which critics have had to analyze and as usual criticize the government and parliament for engaging in ‘needless’ expenditure and borrowing spree.
The Tamale Central MP Ibrahim Murtala Mohammed and a private legal Practitioner Martin Kpebu joined the host of 'THE BIG ISSUE' on CITI TV, Duke Mensah Opoku, to discuss Dr. Ayine,s impasse with the Chief Justice and a host of other pertinent issues. Ibrahim Murtala Mohammed, during the cause of the discussion, asked Lawyer Martin Kpebu that, when Aisha Huang was on trial and the president truncated the process and sent her out of the country, isn't that a serious attack on the judiciary?
The North Tongu MP, Hon. Okudzeto Ablakwa has expressed his disappointment in the comments made by his comrade, Ibrahim Murtala Mohammed, MP for Tamale Central. The latter took a swipe at the former for attempting to file a motion that Parliament should reject the arrangement for loans to purchase vehicles for each of the 270 legislators just as it has been done in the past.
In a developing country like Ghana, where three square meals per day is a luxury for millions of people, one cannot fathom why leaders would intend to make those who are already enjoying and leaving in luxury to be given more at the detriment of the poorer masses.
Against the backdrop of public outcry and brouhaha that has greeted the announcement of approval of salaries to be paid to presidential spouses, Mrs Rebecca Akufo-Addo, the wife of President Akufo-Addo has decided to refund to the last pesewa, monies she received since 2017 in pursuant of the recommendations of Yaa Ntiamoah-Baidu committee to the state.
The vetting of Ministers-Designate nominated by the President commenced on February 10, 2021. The Appointment Committee composed of high ranking Members of Parliament from both sides of the political divide throughly assesses the capacity of nominees for public offices. Among the Ministers-Designate who have completed their vetting include Minister-Designate for Health, Education, Energy, Attorney General and others who have churn out their best to impress the Committee. NDC Member of Parliament for Tamale Central
Just as it has been in the past, the Finance Minister, Mr Ken Ofori-Attah is seeking parliamentary approval of a 28 million dollar loan facility to be given to MPs to assist them acquire vehicles. When approved, each of the 270 Members of Parliament would be entitled to about $100,000 to purchase vehicles for their official duties.
Ibrahim Murtala Mohammed, the Member of Parliament for Tamale Central Constituency has said that the first lady, Rebecca Akufo, Can't get any credit for her decision to return all allowances paid to her because she wasn't supposed to accept the payment in the first place.
You Afraid Of Kennedy Agyapong; Talk About Him And He Will Beat You To The Pop - Nana Ankomea The former member of parliament for the Okaikwei South Constituency from 1997 to 2009, has tell the former minister of information who is now the member of parliament for Tamale central, Honourable Ibrahim Murtala Mohammed that he he is a man and do not fear about Honourable Kennedy Agyapong, he should talk about him and he (Kennedy Agyapong) will beat him to the pop.
The Member of Parliament (MP) for Tamale Central on the ticket of the NDC, Ibrahim Murtala Mohammed has revealed the reasons why he has never, and will never participate in Rawlings’s 31st. Murtala Mohammed made this revelation on GHONE television’s Breakfast Review show when he was commenting on some of the excesses of the late former president Jerry John Rawlings. According to him, he has stated publicly that, he has never participated in anything 31st and he will never participate in anything 31st, because
The Galamsey Fight By The President Is Like Cartoons Scenes- Hon.Ibrahim Murtala Mocks Akufo Addo The Honorable member of parliament Ibrahim Murtala Mohammed of Tamale Central constituency in the Northern region of Ghana on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress Party, has state boldly on live the that, the president of the fourth republic of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo's fight about the illegal small scale mining (galamsey) is like the cartoons scenes on the television set.
The leader of the National Democratic Congress, John Dramani Mahama has sent his warm congratulatory message to the newly elected Speaker of the 8th Parliament of Ghana, Rt. Hon Alban Sumana Kingsford Bagbin. In a Facebook post, Mr Mahama contends that the election of Hon Kingsford Bagbin as the Speaker of the House is a reflection of what Ghana stands to achieve through consensus building. He noted that Ghana's democracy could be strengthened if such paths become the order of the day. Mr Mahama further condemned
Ibrahim Murtala Mohammed, a former Member of Parliament for Temale Central, has alleged that the Electoral Commission overprinted ballot papers to favor the victory of Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo Addo and the New Patriotic Party. According to Ibrahim Murtala Mohammed, John Dramani Mahama would have emerged as the winner of the 2020 Presidential elections if Ghanaians had taken into consideration the concerns raised by the NDC over the issue of overprinted ballot papers. He said: “I remember when we raised such
The Honourable Member of Parliament for Tamale Central, Mr. Ibrahim Murtala Mohammed, in his submission on Tuesday 16th February 2020 on Goodmorning Ghana Show on Metro TV agreed that in as much as some ministers-designates did their best in addressing questions directed to them by the Appointments Committee. Others were not fit to be appointed by the committee going forward. Hon. Murtala Mohammed admitted the fact that the issue of some nominees always alluding to the fact that they were not aware in the attempt
The Former Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, Mr. Ibrahim Murtala Mohammed has accused president Akufo-Addo for the importation of the Coronavirus pandemic into the country. Mr. Murtala was speaking in an interview with TV3 Ghana New Day when he said that. Asked by the host of the programme Jonny Hudges what his view is concerning the reopening of the Air-borders, the Tamale Central Parliamentary Aspirant said Ghana wouldn't have been suffering from the virus if president Akuffo had taken an earlier action.
Point of View on CITI TV yesterday was just lit, just that the allegations from one person to the another were very much. So in yesterday's program, Ibrahim Murtala Mohammed was paired against Dr. Ibrahim Anyars, who is the Chief Executive Officer CEO of the employment program, Nation Builders Corps NABCO- both who are competing for the Tamale Central constituency seat in the Nothern region of Ghana. Both were invited on CITI TV via Zoom to share their plans for the constituents and a few reasons why constituents
Ibrahim Murtala Mohammed, The MP For Central Tamale , accused the Minister of Defense Dominic Aduna Bingab Nitiwul at the early hours of Wednesday morning. Deploy soldiers in the chaotic situation. After the House of Representatives suspended its meeting before the inauguration of the President, speaking to Joey News, Ibrahim Murtala Mohammed highlighted Dominic Nitiwul’s call for the invitation of military officers to the Congress hall. "I know the facts. When he called, I told him that I told him it
Akuffo Addo Will Be On A 'Hot Seat' When He Hears This. No politician can pass the morality test – MP concedes Former Member of Parliament (MP) for Nanton Constituency, Ibrahim Murtala Mohammed has conceded that no Ghanaian legislator will pass in the event that they are to be tried ethically. Former Member of Parliament (MP) for Nanton Constituency, Ibrahim Murtala Mohammed Talking in a meeting on TV3, he said that the bar of ethical quality is excessively high for any government official to meet.