Former Speaker of Parliament, Professor Mike Aaron Oquaye has denied reports that he was offered military protection while serving as Speaker in the7th Parliament of the Fourth Republic.
He had completely packed out from the Job 600 office allocated to him to operate from as the Second Deputy Speaker of Ghana’s 7th Parliament and the National Democratic Congress’ (NDC) Member of Parliament for Nadowli-Kaleo constituency had said goodbye to the legislative house, having served his constituents and Ghana for 28 years. That is […]
It was Saturday the 4th of April 2020 and Members of Parliament were anxiously waiting for the Rt. Hon. Speaker Professor Aaron Michael Oquaye to give his closing remarks for the end of the First Meeting of the Fourth Session of the Seventh Parliament of the Fourth Republic and to adjourn the House Sine Die.
The Speakers of the Ghanaian Parliament and the Nigerian House of Representatives Rt. Hon. Prof. Aaron Michael Oquaye and Rt. Hon. Olufemi Gbajabiamila are in talks to find solutions to the challenges brought about as a result of Ghana’s implementation of the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) Act 2013, Act 865.
The Speaker, Rt. Hon. Prof. Aaron Michael Oquaye, has cautioned lawmakers of Ghana’s Parliament who have any intention of doing propaganda on the floor of the House when giving the opportunity to comment on or discuss any national issue, to harbor their intent since there will be no room accommodate them.