Chief of Manguli, Naa Abdul Rahaman Alhassan in Tamale South constituency in the Northern region wants the minority leader in parliament, honourable Haruna Iddrisu to issue an apology to the people of Manguli for what he describes as "uncharacteristic" behavior of a Member of Parliament.
P for Tamale South and Minority Leader, Haruna Iddrisu, has finally responded to calls and reports by Radio Tamale 91.7 on behalf of Manguli community, to help dredg the only dam within the area.
The minority leader in parliament for the National Democratic Congress, Hon Haruna Iddrisu has reassured the grassroots of the National Democratic Congress party about what recently happened in parliament which looks like Betrayal to them in approving Akufo-Addo's ministers.
Member of Parliament for Tamale South and Minority Leader of Ghana's Parliament, Haruna Iddrisu has reacted to the issues of misunderstanding within his caucus over the approval of President Akuffo-Addo's ministerial nominees.
Alexander Kwamina Afenyo-Markin, the Deputy New Patriotic Party (NPP) Majority Leader in Parliament, has revealed that, he has leant from the Leadership style of Honourable Haruna Iddrisu, with the people in his Constituency in Tamale South.According to him, Haruna Iddrisu, (who is the Member of Parliament Tamale South, and the current National Democratic Congress (NDC) Minority Leader in parliament), doesn’t sacrifice his constituency for anything.
Haruna Iddrisu (born 8 September 1970) is a Ghanaian lawyer and politician who is a member of the Seventh Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana representing Tamale South. He is also currently the Minority Leader in Ghana's Parliament. He is a Muslim and has 3 children and also from the Northern Region in Ghana. Member of parliament for Tamale South constituency, Haruna Iddrisu put his status aside as he took to the field with his football boots to show his area boys how it’s done. Photo’s gathered
Haruna Iddrisu ADD ARTICLE DESCRIPTION Haruna Iddrisu (born 8 September 1970) is a Ghanaian lawyer and politician who is a member of the Seventh Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana representing Tamale South.He is also currently the Minority Leader in Ghana's Parliament.
It is believed recently that, the Petitioner and his legal team for the 2020 election petition case filed an application to the Supreme Court of the land, to have all the proceedings related to the 2020 election petition case halted till their review application is granted. Following this, the Honorable member of parliament for the Tamale South Constituency, Haruna Iddrisu has released a very powerful admission to the Apex Court. Haruna Iddrisu who also doubles as the Minority leader in parliament in a recent
The minority leader and member of parliament for Tamale South constituency on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress, Hon Haruna Iddrisu has gone hard on President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo again after Ibrahim Mahama have built a cement factory that would employed thousands of Ghanaians in the country.
The President of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo promised Ghanaians especially those living in the Northern part of the country One Village One Dam.
Member of Parliament for Tamale South and Leader of the National Democratic Congress(NDC) caucus in Parliament, Haruna Iddrisu has visited Wa In the Upper West Region today 14th February 2021. It has been been disclosed that he attended a funeral of one of his security Men's wife. Sections of NDC youth in the region met him at the Wa Airport to welcome him into the region. He Was Accompanied by Mr. Rockson Nelson Dafiamekpor, MP for South Dayi and the Upper West Regional NDC Organizer, who Doubles as Former
Minority Pioneer Haruna Iddrisu Haruna Iddrisu, the head of the Minority gathering in Parliament has declined to remark on the abdication of Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa from the Arrangements Board of Parliament.
The Minority Leader in Parliament, Hon.Haruna Iddrisu has called on the supporters of National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the general public disregard the malicious circulation of fake posters and and news about him.
One of the things that has retard the growth of the our motherland is uncompleted and abandoned projects.Every government prefer to start its own projects and these projects are unable to be completed due to the short term given to Presidents in their governance.
The national communications officer for the NDC was in the news last week because of statements he made against the speaker of Parliament and other leadership from the minority caucus.
Who becomes majority in parliament has been the highly talked about issue, both on the political scene and in the homes of many. It has been circulating in the news as both NDC and NPP have been charging an agenda of been the majority in parliament using different constitutional analogies. The minority leader Haruna Iddrisu has hinted that the ruling New Patriotic Party is no way the majority in parliament. The NPP has been in high hopes after the member of parliament for Fomena constituency wrote to the speaker
Haruna Iddrisu worried Akufo-Addo ‘snubbed’ Oti, Upper East in ministerial list Minority Leader Haruna Iddrisu has addressed why President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo didn't choose clergymen from the Oti and Upper East locales in his rundown of 30 priests assign submitted to Parliament for screening and conceivable endorsement. Mr. Iddrisu, who is also a Member of Parliament for Tamale South Constituency, said for national unity and cohesion, appointees from these parts of the country should have made it
The Minority in Parliament have pointed out that they will kick against the old Agyapa deal deal should it be brought back to Parliament for approval.The minority caucus insisted that the deal can not help Ghanaians if it is approved, hence remains bad for the country.
The Member of Parliament for Tamale South Hon. Haruna Iddrissu has made a statement to elaborate on the fact that, the incumbent government (NPP) are not going to be holding majority status in parliament for the coming years. He backed this statement by saying that, the Independent Member of Parliament for Formena, Andrew Asiamah Amoako did not say that he is joining the NPP in parliament. So as things stand, the NPP cannot claim to have majority seats in the house, he said. On 13th January, the Fomena Member
Minority Leader Haruna Iddrisu has advised Minister-designate for Energy, Dr. Mathew Opoku Prempeh to manage his anger and be watchful how he speaks about people in the country. The Tamale South official told his partner addressing Manhyia South during his confirmation by the Appointments Committee of Parliament on Friday, February 12, that he has incredible potential in front of him subsequently, should be aware of how he holds himself when incited. Mr. Iddrisu's remarks come after the chosen one occupied