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Stop playing politics with my health – Bagbin

The Speaker of Parliament, Alban Bagbin, has admonished Ghanaians to desist from the practice of politicising his health problems and those of...

Ghana’s ‘half-empty’ Parliament rejects 2022 Budget over new electronic tax

Ghana’s minority lawmakers rejected next year’s budget proposal over a new levy on electronic money transfers after majority members walked out in...

Ghana’s parliament suspended ahead of 2022 budget passage

The Speaker of Ghana’s Parliament, Alban Bagbin, has suspended proceedings in the House for 30 minutes awaiting the presence of the Majority...

Bagbin directs reversal of ‘scrapped’ road tolls

The Speaker of Parliament, Alban Bagbin has directed the Minster of Roads and Highways, Kwasi Amoako Atta to reverse the decision to...

Supporters and opponents face off over Ghana’s anti-LGBT law

Supporters and opponents of Ghana's new anti-LGBT bill faced off in parliament on Thursday in the first public hearings into the proposed...

Francis-Xavier Sosu out of Ghana – Bagbin to Police as case...

The case against the MP for Madina, Francis-Xavier Sosu, has been adjourned to 16 November because he is on “Parliamentary duty outside...

2022 Budget to be read on 15 not 17 November –...

The Deputy Majority Leader, Alexander Afenyo-Markin has informed Parliament that the 2022 Budget Statement and Economic Policy of Government would be presented...

You can’t order me to admit 499 law students – AG...

The Attorney General has rejected a resolution by Parliament for the General Legal Council to admit some 499 law students who were...

Ejura riots: Kaaka’s family, others petition parliament to demand justice

Families and victims affected by the Ejura disturbances have intensified calls for justice as they petition parliament to probe the matter.

Reject anti-gay bill – Akoto Ampaw, 17 others to Parliament

A group of 18 prominent Ghanaian citizens has rejected a proposed anti-gay bill in Parliament, saying it constitutes an “impermissible invasion of the inviolability...