Tuesday, 30th November 2021 The minority caucus in parliament has described the approval of 2022 budget as an overthraw of the 1992 constitution. Addressing a press conference moments after the miraculous approval of the budget today, the minority leader Hon. Haruna Iddrisu said the action of the majority should be condemned by all Ghanaians and in the coming days, be reversed.
The Management of the Ghana Education Service (GES) says only the 2020 College of Education batch who have completed national service and sat and passed the teacher licensure examination will be recruited late this year. Professor Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa, the Director-General of the Education Service speaking to journalists on Monday, 29th November 2021 said his outfit has put in place adequate measures to ensure a successful recruitment and posting of the newly trained teachers.
Please remember to follow this page for more updates. Mr. Gabby Otchere-Darko- has also added his voice to the intense argument currently going on, on the 2022 budget, which was first rejected by the Minority NDC caucus, on Friday 26 November 2021, and later approved on 30 November 2021 by the Majority NPP members of Parliament.
Please follow me to get access to all my newly published articles. The popularly known broadcast journalist has recently sparked massive stir, debates and arguments across all social media platforms after he boldly sent another strong message to the speaker of parliament, Alban Bagbin over the abolition of road tolls in the country by the incumbent government and the roads minister, Kwasi Amoako Atta.
Checkout Majority Leader’s Brilliant Reply To SOP Over Road Minister’s Directive To Close TollBooths
Please follow me to get access to all my newly published articles. The Majority Leader in parliament, Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu has undoubtedly sparked massive stir, debates and arguments across all social media platforms after his brilliant reply to Speaker of parliament, Alban Bagbin over the road Minister, Kwasi Amoako Atta’s directive to closedown all tollbooths after presentation of the 2020 budget finally popped up.
Following the travel of the Speaker of Parliament, Hon Alban Bagbin to Dubai for health review, a lot of questions and doubts still remains the 2022 budget. It was disclosed on Wednesday, November 17th 2021 that all the 137 members from the Minority side rejected the motion to approve the budget after the Majority refused to come back to the chambers after staging a walkout because of Aseidu Nketiah.
One of the most difficult steps to take by a Ghanaian politician is to honestly declare that a particular task is beyond him or her or probably needs a helping hand to be able to successfully execute an assigned task or responsibility. It is perceived by many as a way of underrating themselves before the electorates or perhaps a signal to the entire world that they are incompetent in their jobs.
Occupational hazard I guess! A hook up girl had a very horrible day at the office after a guy who employed her services stole her money after enjoying the services. Her cries were shared on the social media platform Facebook by one social media user by the name of Barima Kwabena.
The speaker of parliament, Rt Hon Albin Bagbin has issued a statement for the roads and highways minister, Kwasi Amoako-Atta to reverse his decision in suspending the road tolls in the various tollbooths. The news of the government suspending the road tolls evolved just a day or two ago. Upon further review, it was to known to be the roads and highways minister, Hon Kwasi Amoako-Atta who issued that statement. This matter was addressed in parliament earlier today and the speaker of parliament poured out his
The Road Minister Must Pay For The Monies Lost Through The Closure Of The Tollbooths -Bernard Mornah
The Minister of Roads and Highways, Hon. Kwesi Amoako-Attah has come under fire for the directives he gave for the cessation of the collection of road tolls after the reading of the 2022 budget in Parliament by the Finance Minister and the subsequent statements released by his outfit to justify that directive.
Vera Kpeda popularly known as mzvee in the showbiz circles stated in an interview that females in the Ghanaian music industry do not get much attention. She also stated that all though some radio stations play her songs, she doesn't hear her fellow female musicians songs been played on radio.She further stated that, female musicians don't get the attention their fellow male musicians get.
The Ghanaian culture is well known for some bizarre and shocking burial rites. Funerals are a big deal in Ghana and it is not uncommon, in some parts, for a ceremony to last up to seven days, drawing thousands of crowds adorned in flowing red and black robes and gold jewelry.
Alban Bagbin, the Speaker of Parliament, has ordered Kwasi Amoako-Atta, the Minister of Roads and Highways, to overturn his order prohibiting the collecting of road tolls across the country. Mr. Amoako-Atta, he claimed, lacked the authority to issue such a mandate. Mr Bagbin issued the order in parliament on Thursday, November 18, 2021, in response to Minority Leader Haruna Iddrisu's concerns that the minister's statement violated the legislature's rules and authority.
Alban Bagbin, Speaker of Parliament, has asked Kwasi Amoako Atta, Minister of Roads and Highways, to overturn the decision to cease road toll payments in Ghana. On Thursday, November 18, Mr Bagbin stated that the Minister acted improperly. "I believe it is proper for us to direct the minister, a member of this house, in fact a senior member of this house," he ruled.
Executive Director for Public Interest Advocate, Mr. Frank Aboagye Danyansa has stated that Ghanaians have the right to demonstrate hence the Minister of Roads and Highways Kwasi Amoako-Atta’s message to Ghanaians who demonstrate to demand better roads is disrespectful. “It is spelled out in the 1992 constitution that any citizen can embark on a peaceful demonstration so what is the Minister of Roads and Highway communicating to Ghanaians”?
Please follow me According to the past constituency chairman, his decision to push against the re-election of Chairman Wontumi in the party’s approaching inner elections has provoked the regional chairman to make him a victim. “If you kill me, you’ve not murdered anyone.
Former Minister of Transport under the NDC administration Dzifa Aku Attivor has died. She is reported to have died in the early hours of Tuesday, 16 November 2021 after a short illness. She was 65. Dzifa Aku Attivor was a politician band businesswoman. She was Minister for Transport in Ghana until her resignation in December 2015 due to a controversial bus re-branding contract.
The Speaker of Parliament, Alban Bagbin has directed the Minister of Roads and Highways, Kwasi Amoako-Atta to reverse his order on collection of road tolls across the country. Kwasi Amoako-Atta, Minister of Roads and highway He stated Mr. Amoako-Atta has no power to make any such directive.
Speaker of Parliament has directed the Roads and Highways Minister, Kwasi Amoako-Attah, to reverse the decision to suspend collection of road tolls. In the picture is the minister of highway and roads Honourable Kwesi Amoako Atta. The Speaker said in Parliament on Thursday November 18 that the Minister who is also Member of Parliament for Atiwa West acted wrongly by issuing that command.
The Fomena Constituency Chairman for New Patriotic Party (NPP), Kwasi Nti Asamoah exposes Chairman Wontumi. Kwasi Nti Asamoah said, the Ashanti Regional chairman for New Patriotic Party (NPP), Bernard Antwi-Boasiako who is popularly known as Chairman Wontumi has claimed ninety- seven (97) jobs that just came in Ashanti Region.