Nana Akomea on Good Morning Ghana vividly explains why Sam Okudzeto Ablakwa and his colleagues wanted to go against the e-levy. He describes how the process went and hence, the problem. Here's what he said; What the court is doing is a matter of number.
Sam Okudzeto Ablakwa on Good Morning Ghana has expressed his dissatisfaction and dislike of the attorney general's behavior and intercept on cases held in court. Here's what he said: The matter I'm about to discuss requires a lot of circumspection because I am one of the plaintiffs in the matter.
Following the said victory and declaration if the Sene West Constituency parliamentary seat for the NDC, which won the seat with a total of 16 votes thus conceding victory over the NPP parliamentary candidate. After the EC's declaration for the Sene West seat, some leading NDC executives made some exaggerations and claims following other parliamentary seats that have already been declared by the EC. To them, they believe the outcome isn't fair and that the results were rigged leading to a flawed victory of their
"Is Ghana Really Building A National Cathedral" - Okudzeto Ablakwa Questions After Revealing Secrets
Alot of reactions have come out so far after stories of the national cathedral building was filed out to be a fake implementations from the government, after pictures of documents signed by the registrar got out to be just fake and there's no sign of national Cathedral. What surprises Ghanaians most is how government is refusing to tell them the truth about the ongoing projects and how they are handling them when the monies belong to the tax payers.
As his usual duty, the president went to France to seek for financial support due to the heavy economic impact the Covid has brought on Ghana’s economy at Paris this Tuesday. 24 heads of state from Africa alone attended this meeting on Tuesday making it one of the biggest meeting held during this pandemic.
Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, Member of Parliament for North Tongu in the Volta Region has said the Akufo-Addo led administration should apologize to Ghanaians for economic mismanagement. Okudzeto Ablakwa in a post on Twitter shared on Monday, July 4, 2022 has given government options if it doesn't want its IMF crisis communication strategy to backfire.
Former Deputy Minister for Education and the Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Sam Okudzeto Ablakwa has sent a thought-provoking message to the NPP. He posted this message on his twitter page. According to him, he is very sure his parliamentary colleagues on the other side are reflecting on the mortal damages the Agyapa deal has done to the NPP’s electoral chances and they are now regretting for being impervious to the legitimate concerns made by the minority. He stated that, the majority in parliament
After a long time since the E levy was introduced in the 2022 budget , it has now been passed by the Parliament.The minister responsible for Finance brought it in the house early this morning for it to be debated and accepted.There was some kind of objection from the minority earlier which even made the Speaker of parliament Rt.Hon.
Sam Okudzeto Ablakwa, the National Democratic Congress Member of Parliament has revealed that Rev. Mensah Otabil has washed his hands off the National Cathedral project. Hon. Okudzeto Ablakwa in a tweet titled "The Akufo-Addo Cathedral Grand Deception Continues Unabashedly," revealed that the Man of God is no more part of the board who directs affairs of the construction of the national cathedral yet the government continues to refer to him as one of the board members.
The Member of Parliament for North Tongu, and Former Deputy Minister of Education and Information, Hon. Sam Okudzeto Ablakwa following the withdrawal of military personnel deployed to assist in the protection of the Right Honorable Speaker of parliament, Mr. Alban Bagbin on January 14, 2022 has raise several questions on this action by the Ghana Armed Forces as the information was sent in a letter by NP Andoh, the Chief of Staff of the Ghana Armed Forces.
A private jet hired to pick up Adwoa Asafo cost more than GHS1, 068k, not GHS120k, according to Abla
Sam Okudzeto Ablakwa, the member of parliament for North Tongu constituency, has alleged that the cost involved in bringing his colleague from Dome-Kwabenya from the US to vote on the e-levy was GHS1,068,500.00 and not GHS120,000.00 as has been reported. According to the ranking member of Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee, his checks have revealed that the GHS120,000.00 said to have been deposited in Adwoa Safo’s bank account is just the tip of the iceberg.
Hello, please click the +follow button to receive regular update on my posts. There have been reports in the media that the E-levy was passed by Parliament on Tuesday, March 29, following the third reading in the House. According to the report, the Minority staged a walkout during the second reading of the E-levy.
The member of parliament for the North Tongu, Sam Okudzeto Ablakwa has said that he is shocked with the level of restrictions the government has employed on persons seeking to protest against the electoral results of the just-ended polls. According to Honourable Ablakwa, the military deployment at the electoral commission office was just dumbfounded and unacceptable. He further explained that this was to keep minority members of parliament of the National Democratic Congress from protesting and submitting a
Ministerial Appointments; Conspiracy Theories Against NDC MPs Are Unfair, We Are Unbribable - NDC MP
The National Democratic Congress, NDC, member of parliament for the North Tongu constituency has accused the leadership of the New Patriotic Party NPP, decision ways to influence the members of the minority in parliament who are on the appointment committee. The MP, Sam Okudzeto Ablakwa made these comments on his Facebook page in a write that suggested exactly that, the NPP members are trying to influence the minority into agreeing on things. According to him, it is unfair that their integrity gets tested in
Member of Parliament for North Tongu Constituency in the Volta region, Sam Okudzeto Ablakwa has confirmed that Nana-Addo will be president for the next four years. The president, Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo after winning the 2020 general elections has been summoned in court together with the EC by the opposition NDC. The NDC claims that the presidential election wasn't free and fair and most of the figures put up by the EC has anomalies. The NDC MPs in Parliament because of this refused to be present at the
The former deputy minister of education, Sam Okudzeto Ablakwa has indicated that the National Democratic Congress (NDC) not for one will forget the role the determined members of the party had played in this time as they fight for justice for the party in the just-ended polls. According to Ablakwa, the role of the youth who have come out to demonstrate and protest to register their plight is that of a determined chosen who is ready to defend the party no matter what. And with such behavior toward the party,
The first question any analyst will ask is what could Hon.Sam Okudzeto Ablakwa be thinking?To arrive at such a decision to resign from the Parliament's appointment committee must be a difficult task to undertake.
The member of parliament for the North Tongu constituency in the Volta region, Sam Okudzeto Ablakwa has said that the National Democratic Congress, NDC, side in the parliament house will not approve anything associated with Mr Carlos Ahenkorah, the member of parliament for the Tema West constituency. According to him, his conduct due no the eve of 6th January during the election of the speaker has nullified his chances of getting appointed for a position. This comes after the president named some members parliament
The former Deputy Minister of State and Member of Parliament for the North Tongu Constituency in the Volta region, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa via his tweet addressed Ghanaians and the NDC party members to be precise on the fact that the Techiman South parliamentary seat is next in line to be won and declared in favour of the NDC. Despite all anonymous claims and gazetted declaration that the Techiman South parliamentary seat has been won and declared to the NPP, the NDC still holds to the fact that they had won
When the New Partrotic Party NPP tells you to ignore social media, traditional media and the polls.one thing is certain ,they know they have lost the December 7 general elections to the National Democratic Congress Party NDC. It’s a terribly wrong strategy to treat Ghanaians on social media with such utter disdain when you should be addressing their legitimate concerns. Social media sentiments are only a reflection of the real impact of your leadership on the people. Another reason for Comrades in the National