Hon. Bedzrah Emma Kwasi, Hon Helen Adjoa Ntoso, Hon. John Ntim Fordjour, Hon. Alhassan Suhuyini, Hon. Rita Naa Odoley Sowah, Hon. Dafeamekpor Etse Rockson Nelson, Hon. Della Sowah and Hon. Samuel Nartey George are on a spirited defense of the culture of Ghana, as they push for the "Family Private Bill."
6th January 2022 Greater Accra Region Dan Abdul-Latif - Ablekuma Central Alfred Oko Vanderpuije - Ablekuma South Comfort Doyoe Cudjoe - Ada Mohammed Adamu Ramadan - Adenta Ernest Henry Norgbey - Ashaiman Naser Toure Mahama - Ayawaso East Yussif I. Jajah - Ayawaso North Rita Naa Odoley Sowah - Dade Kotopon
Eight members of Ghana’s parliament have jointly submitted a private bill to push for the criminalization of LGBTQI+ activities. The bill is spearheaded by the Member of Parliament for Ningo-Prampram constituency, Sam George. The other Members of Parliament joining hands with Sam George include; Rockson Nelson Dafeamekpor (MP, South Dayi), John Ntim Fordjour (MP, Assin-South), Della Adjoa Sowah (MP, Kpando), Helen Adjoa Ntoso (MP, Krachi West), Rita Naa Odoley Sowah (MP, La Dadekotopon), Emmanuel Bedzrah (MP, Ho West) and Alhassan Sayibu Suhuyini (MP, Tamale North).
Many Ghanaians might be wondering who are the other law makers behind Sam Nartey George fighting for the passing of the Ghana's anti-LGBTQ bill in parliament. In this article, we present to you the eight member parliamentarians who drafted the bill for Promotion of Proper Human Sexual Rights and Ghanaian Family Values in parliament.
The opposition National Democratic Congress NDC is the largest opposition party on the political scene with an overwhelming numerical height. Having been in a close contest with the ruling party in the 2020 general election is evidently a party of full prowls to make an impact. In both presidential and parliamentary contest, the NDC made a great statement by contesting the ruling government. One important aspect of the election was the close contest in the parliamentary seat, as the NDC was able to crop out
The December 7th general election has been one of the keenly contested elections in the country. This election has seen many new females winning the mantle to represent their constituencies in the next parliament which will commence from 2010 to 2024. Herein are some of the new female faces you will be seeing in the 8th parliament. Ophelia Mensah Hayford Ophelia Mensah Hayford won the Mfantseman constituency on the ticket of the NPP. Gizella Tetteh Agbotui Gizella Tetteh Agbotui won the Awutu Senya West constituency