Sep 28, 2012
The Chairman of the Subsidiary Legislation Committee of Parliament, Hon. Kwame Osei Prempeh laid the committee’s report on the controversial Constitutional Instrument (CI) 78 creating the 45 new constituencies.
Discussion of the report is scheduled to commence on Monday 1 October, 2012 where a heated debate as to whether the report should be rejected or otherwise is expected to ensue.
Though the content of the report is not readily known, information gathered indicates that, the minority is likely to push strongly for the rejection of the report due to the several mistakes found in the CI.
The CI is however expected to mature by the first week in October following which the new constituencies will be created and Parliamentary election held in December.
On Thursday, Hon. Kwame Prempeh accused the Majority Leader Clestus Avoka for unduly delaying the report, an allegation he strongly rejected since he asserted that he could not solely determine when a report should be laid in Parliament, adding that that was work of the Business Committee.
Sep 27, 2012
|Dr. Myles Munroe|
Sep 24, 2012
Sep 14, 2012
At times its good to take sometime off to do one or two things.
Today, we had no internet link in the office so I went to the internet cafe to do some uploads online.
I closed around 1pm and will use the remaining time to visit a couple of friends to say hi.
I will also take time to plan ahead for next week for the upcoming youth program at church which comes on from monday 17th-23rd September, 2012.
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Sep 13, 2012
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The NPP chairman made his intentions known when he accompanied the District Chief Executive (DCE) for the Bosome Freho District, Mr. Kwame Adarkwah to commission a 3-unit classroom block for the Freboye town.
Mr. Adarkwah in an interview, indicated that due to the increasing population in the town, the school was however over burdened with classroom deficit problems hence the need to construct a new one for them.
He said in view of this, funds were quickly made available and the contract awarded in order to solve the problem as early as possible.
The DCE noted the cost of the school block to be GHs69, 000 adding that the facility is currently in use after it was commissioned about three days ago.
Godwin Allotey Akweiteh