NPP FOUNDING MEMBER, C.K. TEDAM DIES AT 93

An inform  confirmed report on the desk of SOKY NEWS has indicated that, A founding member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Mr Clement Kubindiwor Tedam has died at aged 93. He is said to have died in his sleep on Thursday night. He first won election to Parliament in 1954 as an independent candidate. […]

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NPP FOUNDING MEMBER, C.K. TEDAM DIES AT 93

An inform  confirmed report on the desk of SOKY NEWS has indicated that, A founding member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Mr Clement Kubindiwor Tedam has died at aged 93. He is said to have died in his sleep on Thursday night. He first won election to Parliament in 1954 as an independent candidate. […]

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RIGHT TO INFORMATION BILL PASSED BY PARLIAMENT

The Parliament of Ghana has passed the Right to Information Bill which now awaits the Presidential assent to be fully recognized as law. The Bill which was passed after its third reading at 8:30pm Tuesday, March 26, after two decades of waiting. The Minister of Information, Mr Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, moved the motion for third […]

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Full statement: Minority reacts to Joy News exposé

The Minority in Ghana’s Parliament is grateful to you of the inky fraternity for honouring our invitation to cover this press conference at rather short notice. Though all objective minded Ghanaians acknowledge that we are not living in normal times, we wish to state for the record that we do not take your sacrifices lightly.

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Mahama was “reckless driver”; drove NDC to defeat – Bagbin laments

The Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Alban Bagbin has impugned the leadership qualities of ex-president John Mahama. Comparing him to a “reckless driver” the flagbearer aspirant of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) says he perceived disaster for the party during John Dramani Mahama’s tenure as president. He said although he warned about the danger ahead, he […]

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VAT remains 12.5% – Finance Minister asserts

The Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta, has revealed in the mid-year budget review that there will be no increment in the Value Added Tax (VAT), contrary to speculations by many including the minority in Parliament. The Minister has stated categorically that the VAT rate will still remain 12.5 per cent and the National Health Insurance […]

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Minority warn against tax increase; accuse gov’t of wasteful expenditure

The Minority in Parliament is warning the government against increasing taxes in the upcoming mid-year budget review which will be presented by the Finance Minister Thursday. They say the government must rescind its decision because any such increases will put too much burden on Ghanaians who are already struggling to get by. Speaking at a […]

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Millions of cedis spent on new MPs accommodation every 4yrs – Parliament reveals

Ghana spends millions of cedis every four years to provide accommodation for new members of parliament who do not have homes in Accra. Consequently, Parliament explained the proposal to construct a parliamentary hotel is “to cut down on the amount of money Parliament spends on hotel accommodation for MPs and other officials”. A statement signed […]

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