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I Am Ever Ready To Swear At Antoa To Prove That I Voted For Mike Ocquaye – NPP MP Boldly Speaks

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Eugene Boakye Antwi

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) Member of Parliament for Subin, Honourable Eugene Boakye Antwi has disclosed that he did not betray his party in the election for a Speaker of Parliament on January 7.

The second term lawmaker said he is ready to prove his innocence by swearing at the ‘feared’ deity, Antoa.

Mr. Antwi had come under criticism in recent days as some NPP faithful have accused him of being one of the MPs that didn’t vote for their preferred choice of a Speaker hence losing out to the NDC.

He also threatened to curse people with Antoa if they don’t cease the unfounded allegations against him.

The Subin MP cautioned the persons behind the ‘false information’ to put and end it to else he will shelve his Catholic faith for Antoa and invoke curses on them.

He also threatened to curse people with Antoa if they don’t cease the unfounded allegations against him.

The Subin MP cautioned the persons behind the ‘false information’ to put and end it to else he will shelve his Catholic faith for Antoa and invoke curses on them.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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(VIDEO)’You Are Too Arrogant’ Angry Okudzeto Ablakwa clashes with Speaker Of Parliament Joe Wise

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Alan Kyerematen’s screening of the Minister for Trade and Industry is underway and, as usual, members of parliament are expected to ask the Minister-designate some questions to see whether he is fit for the job before it is accepted or not.

During today’s portion, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, Member of Parliament for North Tongu, who wanted to follow up on a question he had asked earlier, was shot down by Joseph Osei-Owusu, better known as Joe Wise, Chairman of the Appointments Committee.

The MP who felt insulted declared that when parliament officially resumes its break, it would take up the matter.

The MP who felt insulted declared that when parliament officially resumes its break, it would take up the matter.

He also wondered why his counterpart was given the opportunity to ask John Kumah a follow-up question, while his was not considered appropriate.

Joe Wise, in a rebuttal, said, “‘Keep that record to yourself”.

He furthered that: “Honourable Okudzeto Ablakwa, you know I have been very liberal except that today we have agreed to it early. Kindly do your third one.”

 

Mr Chairman, Chairman Just to demonstrate that this sudden announcement of no follow-ups is limiting, I move to my third issue. There are follow-ups to the Honourable John Kumah. I have no idea why I can’t have a follow-up. I’m going to take up this matter…’

 

I think this is not fair to me. “I’m going to record that you were not fair to me because these are serious problems,” he stressed.

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Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

 

 

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John Mahama’s Campaign Team Only Gave Me 30 T-Shirts – NDC Women’s Organiser Blows Hot Secret

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Hannah Louisa Bissiw, the National Women Organizer of the opposition NDC has revealed that throughout the 2020 electioneering campaign, she did not receive the necessary support to enable her office make a meaningful contribution.

Hannah Bissiw has been one of the most criticized executives of the NDC ever since the Party lost the 2020 elections, with many accusing her of being missing in action.

However, the former deputy minister has disclosed that her office was given only a meagre GHS4,000 and 30 T-Shirts to mobilize the entire women in the country to vote for John Mahama.

According to her, despite this insufficient backing from the Party, she was able to mobilize enough resources due to her own industry and hardwork.“I was not getting what I needed to work with.

In the election time, the truth is one, I was given 4000 and 30 T-shirts as National Women’s Organizer.

I couldn’t use it for anything. So whatever work people saw me doing all over the place and were talking that I was visible together with my women and going to markets all over.. walking at Tamale, upper East with my women and organizing Accra training were my efforts… The Tamale training cost me Ghc100,000”. She said in an interview on Power FM.

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Akufo Addo’s Ministerial Appointees To Be Rejected Due To Perjury – See Full List

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Akufo Addo's Word Against ‘Trumu Trumu’ Is Of The Lord's - Prof. Yaw Gyampo

Four ministerial nominees are set to be disapproved by the Appointments Committee due to possible perjury regarding the Frontiers Healthcare Solution Services contract.

The Minority MPs on the Appointments Committee say they will do everything possible to vote against the approval of Kwaku Agyeman-Manu, Kojo Oppong-Nkrumah, Sarah Adwoa Safo and Kwaku Ofori Asiamah for their deliberate hiding of critical information on the contract awarded to Frontiers Healthcare Solution Services to undertake COVID-19 testing at the Kotoka International Airport.

“What we have witnessed at the ongoing proceedings of the Appointments Committee is a shocking spectacle of lack of accountability, responsibility, outright disregard for our laws and utter disrespect for the people of this country,” Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa (NDC- North Tongu), who has been consistent in asking the details of the contract from the nominees told Joy News Thursday, monitored by GhanaWeb.

“It is totally unconscionable that when people are dying and when there is a pandemic, a cabal will emerge and their only interest is profiteering.”

The NDC MPs believe that the nominees refused to speak to the details relating to the controversial contract when they appeared before the Appointments Committee as part of their vetting, even though they were related to the matter at some point when the contract was being awarded.

He added, “This will play a significant part in our considerations, particularly, ministers who had direct responsibility for health, [and] procurement, for maintaining the compliance and safety standards.

So, you can be assured that it will be a crucial factor when we take a vote.”

Okudzeto Ablakwa hinted that the NDC caucus in Parliament will move a motion when parliament resumes, “for a full scale bipartisan parliamentary enquiry into the scandal”.

“It has all the signs of blatant thievery, corruption and outright disregard for our laws,” he stressed.When asked if indeed the MPs were not aware of the Frontiers contract, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa stated categorically that the Transport Minister nominee presented to the Appointments Committee some “wishy-washy” contract which appeared largely to focus on granting of space to the Frontiers Healthcare Solution Services by the Ghana Airports Company Limited.

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