The Appiatse Explosion on Thursday will remain one of the darkest days in the history of the country. So far many lives have been lost and many more injured after a car carrying explosives collided with another vehicle. The government yesterday sent a high powered delegation under Vice President Bawumia to Appiatse to commiserate with the victims of the explosion.
The old adage that "death is inevitable" can be really disturbing sometimes; especially when you lost someone who was very close to you or supported you in every endeavor of your life. This year, 2021 has not been an easy year for the entire country as we have lost many great statesmen, political icons, actors and legendary musicians.
Mr Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has made yet another revelation about an amount of GHS242million that was included in the 2022 budget as e-Transaction Levy Services. He made it known that after their fight against that allocation in the budget, the cabinet has finally decided to remove that service fee.
The North Tongu legislator, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa never ceases to amuse his constituents and Ghanaians with his benevolence. Today, the young parlimantarian made a donation to pensioners to support their welfare. The Pensioners Association in his constituency had recieved loads of cement bags from the parliamentary to support them in the construction of a multipurpose office complex.
Hi lovely people hope everyone is doing well am back with another article which talks about Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa is the NDC member of parliament for North Tongu Constituency. He became a deputy minister under former President John Evans Atta Mills the same year he became an MP.
The members of the minority side of parliament are one of the groups who were against charging 242 million Ghana Cedis as service fees charges for electronic levy also known as E-levy. Mr Okudzeto Ablakwa made it known that Ghanaians "must unite and foil this e-robbery" in his earlier post on social media.
Randy Abbey (PhD) was joined in the studios of Metro TV today by Okudzeto Ablakwa, MP for North Tongu and Nana Akomea, Director at the State Transport Corporation. The trio delved into issues relating to luxurious jets that President Akufo-Add o flies. Okudzeto has been at the forefront of a campaign to make the president account for his recent travels.
The nation is currently involved in another brouhaha as the question of whether the country should buy a new presidential jet. According to Eugene Arhin, the country has spent a lot and It was time for a new one to curb some of the expenses. Many argue that there is nothing wrong with the old one and even if there was, in a time like this the government has to wait.
Today, the Honorable Member representing the people in the North Tongue constituency, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa announced a sad news to Ghanaians. He disclosed that his long time friend, Gerald Redeem Nii Ayi Komey was buried today and as such, he made an appearance at his funeral.
The Member of Parliament for the North Tongu in the Volta region, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has once again made a statement on the 2022 budget. According to him, the budget is full of errors and for that matter, the government should come back and present a new one to the house.
The Member of Parliament for North Tongu constituency and former Deputy Minister for Education under the erstwhile Mahama administration, Honourable Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has responded to the comment made by outspoken Ghanaian Journalist, Mr. Kwesi Pratt. He has indicated that he does not accept Kwesi Pratt's reaction to his fight against the president's exorbitant travels and the government's decision to acquire a new presidential jet.
The brouhaha surrounding the presidential plane is taking forever to settle. What started as a simple question on the floor of Parliament is thickening without any resolution in sight. The ruling New Patriotic Party have failed to explain the math behind the cost of travels of the president.
The Member of Parliament for North Tongu Constituency Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has done it again as he put smiles on the faces of ninety-seven (97) Nation Builders Corps (NABCO) trainees who are in his constituency. It is reported that the trainees have not received their salaries since September and for that matter, the government is currently owing the NABCO trainees.
The Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Samuel Ablakwa Okudzeto has revealed that his side of the house is investigating the impersonation of Adowa Safo in Parliament. Okudzeto believes someone was sneaked into parliament to impersonate the Dome Kwabenya MP in order to pass the 2022 budget of the government.
Member of Parliament, Sarah Adwoa Safo, stormed parliament in grand style to clear all doubts and rumours that were raised by members from the opposition. She came without a nose mask so that everyone will see her face. Also, the hairstyle she wore yesterday was transformed totally.
The member of Parliament for North Tongu constituency in the Volta region has reacted to the recent happenings in Parliament. According to the honorable member of Parliament, the minister for National Security refused to disclose the flight cost of the president's private jet trips because of of fear.
Astute member of parliament for North Tongu constituency honorable Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has lashed out into what the ruling party has termed as failure for the minority in parliament. He has released a statement in respect to what has transpired in Parliament yesterday and what the ruling New Patriotic Party [NPP] should expect from the minority caucus in Parliament and the opposition National Democratic Congress [NDC].
Death, they sadly say is inevitable and a journey every human would sojourn once in a lifetime. Death has taken away many priceless memories and moments, and has stolen the joy of some families. Ghana as a nation has lost many great and iconic giants in nation building to death.
The admiration and fondness pouring in from Ghanaians for the North Tongu member of parliament honorable Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa over a selfless act shown to thousands of Ghanaians. They have sounded a boastful announcement hinting their love and desire to see the affable law maker on the minority caucus in parliament rises through the ranks into becoming the presidential candidate of the National Democratic Congress [NDC] respectively.
Member of Parliament for North Tongu constituency honorable Okudzeto Ablakwa has lashed out on the infamous walking out of the majority in parliament after a misunderstanding between the majority caucus, minority and the speaker of parliament. He believes it's just too draconian for an ordinary Ghanaian who's already struggling to live life of taxation on mobile money transaction pegged at 100 ghana cedis.