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All You Need To Know About Alban Bagbin, The Speaker Of Parliament For The 8th Parliament

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Formed on 24 September 1957, the Honourable Alban Kingsford Sumani Bagbin is a Ghanaian politician who is currently the Speaker of Parliament under the auspices of the National Democratic Congress.

He was the Ghanaian government’s Minister of Health until Hanny-Sherry Ayittey took over the role in February 2013.

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Born in the Upper West region of Sombo, he graduated from the University of Ghana (1977-1980) and the Ghana School of Law (1977-1980) (1980 -1982). He holds the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration’s Executive Masters in Governance and Leadership (GIMPA).

From 1980 to 1982, he served as the Acting Secretary of the Statistical Service Board at the Bureau of Statistics and Statistical Service, and from 1982 to 1983, he was the Personnel Manager of the former State Hotels Company.

Mr. Bagbin practiced in the Akyem Chambers as a private legal practitioner, a firm of legal practitioners, consultants and public notaries, as a partner.

He is currently the longest serving member of parliament, having served since the inauguration of the 4th Republic’s first parliament in 1993.

 

Since 1994, he has held a variety of Parliament positions and capped his law making career with the ultimate, House Majority Leader and Leader.

Mr. Bagbin practiced in the Akyem Chambers as a private legal practitioner, a firm of legal practitioners, consultants and public notaries, as a partner.

He is currently the longest serving member of parliament, having served since the inauguration of the 4th Republic’s first parliament in 1993.

 

Since 1994, he has held a variety of Parliament positions and capped his law making career with the ultimate, House Majority Leader and Leader.

Mr. Bagbin practiced in the Akyem Chambers as a private legal practitioner, a firm of legal practitioners, consultants and public notaries, as a partner.

He is currently the longest serving member of parliament, having served since the inauguration of the 4th Republic’s first parliament in 1993.

 

Since 1994, he has held a variety of Parliament positions and capped his law making career with the ultimate, House Majority Leader and Leader.

 

In the Second Parliament of the Fourth Republic, Mr. Bagbin was the Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Constitutional, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs with oversight responsibilities for the Commission of Human Rights and Administrative Justice, Electoral Commission, National Commission on Civic Education, Office of Parliament and Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs. He was also the chairman of the Public Accounts Committee from 2001 to 2005. He was also the Vice-Chairman of the Appointments Committee of Parliament.

Furthermore, he did not run again for Parliament in the 2020 elections until now that he has been appointed as the Speaker of Parliament and has been sworn in official today 7th January 2021.

Source: GhanaCNN.com

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Joe Biden Should Fly All Gays In Ghana To America If He Truly Needs Them – Chairman Wontumi

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The Ashanti Regional Chairman for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Benard Antwi Boasiako, also known as Chairman Wontumi has called on US President, Joe Biden to show his love for homosexuals by sending a plane to the country to fly all of them to America.

According to him, America is big enough to contain all homosexuals residing in Ghana and therefore if Biden is much concerned about them he could rather come for them.

Speaking on Wontumi FM, he indicated that Ghana and other African countries rather need aid to champion their development agenda instead of mounting pressure to legalize and recognise homosexuals.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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You Better Stop Them Before They Disgrace You – Afia Pokua Vim Lady Warns Akufo-Addo

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Better Stop Them Before The Disgrace You-Afia Pokua Vim Lady Warns Akufo-Addo

The President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, ordered the Auditor General of Ghana, Daniel Yao Domelevo, to take the 167 days of leave he had accrued.

He had, however, been content with his leave until the Audit Service Board questioned his retirement date and nationality.

Daniel Yao Domelevo is a Togolese who was born on June 1, 1960, according to the Audit Service Board.

As a result, the Auditor General was set to step down on June 1, 2020.

However, Afia Pokuwaa, better known as Vhim Lady, a well-known television and radio hostess, has expressed her displeasure with the Audit Service Board’s deliberate machiavellian tactics in removing Daniel Yao Domelevo from his position.

She believes that the Audit Service Board, led by Professor Edward Dua Agyeman, should do the right thing and leave the Auditor General alone, despite their efforts to uncover flaws in Domelevo’s records.

 

He urged Ghana’s President to summon the Audit Service’s board of directors if they do not resolve their legal dispute with Daniel Yao Domelevo amicably.

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Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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Entertainment Prefect Of A Popular Nursing Training College Arrested Over Twerking Competition For 1st Years

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Entertainment Prefect Of A Popular Nurses Training College Arrested Over Twerking Competition For 1st Years

According to information gathered by MyNewsGh.com, the Nalerigu Nurses Training College’s Entertainment Prefect.

On Monday, March 1, MyNewsGh.com reported that the Nalerigu Nurses Training College’s Entertainment Prefect had organized a dancing competition for first-year students.

Some female first-year students demonstrated their twerking skills during the event, which was judged by a panel of senior students.

According to reports, the principal learned of the event and reported the Entertainment prefect to the police for violating the president’s various restrictions aimed at combating the deadly virus.

The Entertainment Prefect of the Nursing Training College was arrested and is currently assisting the investigation.

According to the police, the first-year students wanted to riot because they had paid entertainment fees, but there had been no entertainment for a month since they were admitted to the school, so he had to organize the dancing competition.

 

Police say they are continuing their investigation and will inform the public of their next steps once they are completed.

Police say they are continuing their investigation and will inform the public of their next steps once they are completed.

Ssource: www.GhanaCNN.com

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