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IN THE FIRST SESSION OF THE SEVENTH PARLIAMENT OF THE FOURTH REPUBLIC OF GHANA

 ORDER PAPER

FOR THE THIRTEENTH SITTING OF THE SECOND

MEETING OF PARLIAMENT

MONDAY, 19TH JUNE 2017

 

 

BEFORE THE COMMENCEMENT OF PUBLIC BUSINESS

 

1.         PRAYERS

 

2.         CORRECTION OF VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS AND  OFFICIAL REPORT

 

3.         STATEMENTS

  

AT THE COMMENCEMENT OF PUBLIC BUSINESS

 

 

4.         PRESENTATION OF PAPERS

 

            The following Papers to be presented:

 

(a)        By the Majority Leader and Minister for Parliamentary Affairs

2015 Annual Progress Report on the Implementation of the Ghana Shared Growth and Development Agenda (GSGDA) II, 2014-2017.

 

(b)        By the Chairman of the Committee

Report of the Appointments Committee on H.E. the President’s Nomination for Appointment as Chief Justice.

 

5.         MOTION

 

That notwithstanding the provisions of Standing Order 80(1) which require that no motion shall be debated until at least forty-eight hours have elapsed between the date on which notice of the motion is given and the date on which the motion is moved, the motion for the adoption of the Report of the Appointments Committee on H.E. the President’s Nomination for Appointment as Chief Justicemay be moved today.

 

                        (Chairman of the Committee)

 

6.         MOTION

 

That this Honourable House adopts the Report of the Appointments Committee on H.E. the President’s Nomination for Appointment as Chief Justice.

 

                        (Chairman of the Committee)

 

7.         MOTION

 

That this Honourable House adopts the Report of the Committee on Defence and Interior on the Fulani Herdsmen Menace in the Country.

 

                        (Chairman of the Committee)

 

8.         MOTION

 

That this Honourable House adopts the Report of the Committee on Defence and Interior on the Use of Live Ammunitions by the Police in the Dalon Community to Control Irate Youth in 2016 During Which Ganiu Abdul Rahman Was Hit in the Leg by a Stray Bullet.

 

                        (Chairman of the Committee)

 

9.         COMMITTEE SITTINGS

 

NOTICE OF COMMITTEE SITTINGS

 

COMMITTEE ON ROADS AND TRANSPORT

 

Date:               Monday, 19th June 2017

Time:               2:00 p.m.

Venue:             Committee Room 10W (West Wing, 10th Floor, Job 600)

Agenda:           To hold discussions with officials of the following MDAs on the implementation of the Road Safety Fee:

 

(i)         Ministry of Transport.

(ii)        National Road Safety Commission.

(iii)       Road Management Service Limited.

 


 IN THE FIRST SESSION OF THE SEVENTH PARLIAMENT OF THE FOURTH REPUBLIC OF GHANA

 PROVISIONAL ORDER PAPER

FOR THE FOURTEENTH SITTING OF THE SECOND

MEETING OF PARLIAMENT

 

TUESDAY, 20TH JUNE 2017

 

BEFORE THE COMMENCEMENT OF PUBLIC BUSINESS

 

1.         PRAYERS

 

2.         CORRECTION OF VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS AND      OFFICIAL REPORT

 

3.         QUESTIONS

 

*38.     Mr. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa (North Tongu): To ask the Minister for Trade and Industry the progress of work on the private participation in the future of Volta Star Textiles Limited at Juapong in the Volta Region.

 

4.         STATEMENTS

 

AT THE COMMENCEMENT OF PUBLIC BUSINESS

 

5.         PRESENTATION OF PAPERS

 

            The following Paper to be presented:

 

            By the Majority Leader and Minister for Parliamentary Affairs

Proposed Formula for the Disbursement of the National Health Insurance Fund for the year 2017.

 

 

 

6.         MOTION

 

That notwithstanding the provisions of Standing Order 80(1) which require that no motion shall be debated until at least forty-eight hours have elapsed between the date on which notice of the motion is given and the date on which the motion is moved, the motion that this Honourable House approves the Composition of the Membership of the Management Committee of Parliamentary Friendship Associationsmay be moved today.

 

                        (Chairman of the Committee)

 

 

7.         MOTION

 

That this Honourable House approves the Composition of the Membership of the Management Committee of Parliamentary Friendship Associations.

 

                        (Chairman of the Committee)

 

 

8.         COMMITTEE SITTINGS

 

NOTICE OF COMMITTEE SITTINGS

 

APPOINTMENTS COMMITTEE

 

Date:               Tuesday, 20th June 2017

Time:               10:00 a.m.

Venue:             Committee Rooms 1, 2 and 3 (New Administration Block)

Agenda:           To hold a public hearing on the President’s nomination for appointment as the District Assemblies’ Common Fund Administrator.

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC ACCOUNTS COMMITTEE

 

Date:               Tuesday, 20th June 2017

Time:               11:00 a.m.

Venue:             Committee Room 9E (East Wing, 9th Floor, Job 600)

Agenda:           To hold discussions with a delegation from the Parliament of Zimbabwe.

 

 

COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS

 

Date:               Wednesday, 21st June 2017

Time:               11:00 a.m.

Venue:             Committee Room 6W (West Wing, 6th Floor, Job 600)

Agenda:           To hold discussions with officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

 

 

COMMITTEE OF PRIVILEGES

 

Date:               Wednesday, 21st June 2017

Time:               10:00 a.m.

Venue:             Committee Room 10W (West Wing, 10th Floor, Job 600)

Agenda:           To draw the Committee’s programme for the Second Meeting.

 

 

COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS

 

Date:               Thursday, 22nd June 2017

Time:               11:00 a.m.

Venue:             Committee Room 6W (West Wing, 6th Floor, Job 600)

Agenda:           To hold discussions with H. E. the U. S. Ambassador to Ghana on the Deportation of 63 Ghanaians from the United States of America.

 

 

 

Friday, 23rd June, 2017

Thursday, 22nd June, 2017

Tuesday, 20th June, 2017

Monday, 19th June, 2017

IN THE FIRST SESSION OF THE SEVENTH PARLIAMENT OF THE FOURTH REPUBLIC OF GHANA

 VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS

MINUTES OF THE TWELFTHSITTINGOF THE SECONDMEETING OF PARLIAMENT

FRIDAY, 16THJUNE, 2017

 

 

1.               The House met at five minutes before one o’clock in the afternoon.   Prayers were read.   The Rt. Hon. Speaker took the Chair.

 

2.               The following Hon. Members were present:

 


1.        

Abban, Alexander Kodwo Kom

(Gomoa West)

2.        

Abdul-Aziz, Mohammed

(Mion)

3.        

Ablakwa, Samuel Okudzeto

(NorthTongu)

4.        

Aboagye, Daniel Okyem

(Bantama)

5.        

Aboagye, George Kwame

(Asene/Akroso/Manso)

6.        

Aboagye, Kwadwo Nyanpon

(Biakoye)

7.        

Acheampong, Bryan

(Abetifi)

8.        

Acheampong, Kwame Seth

(Mpraeso)

9.        

Acheampong, Richard

(BiaEast)

10.     

Ackah, Stephen M. E. K.

(Suaman)

11.     

Ackuaku, Sophia Karen

(Domeabra/Obom)

12.     

Adam, Mutawakilu

(Damongo)

13.     

Adda, Joseph Kofi

(NavrongoCentral)

14.     

Addo, Yaw Frimpong

(Manso-Adubia)

15.     

Adjei, Felicia

(KintampoSouth)

16.     

Adjei, Kwasi Boateng

(NewJuabenNorth)

17.     

Adomako-Mensah, Alex

(SekyereAframPlains)

18.     

Adongo, Frank Fuseini

(Zebilla)

19.     

Adongo, Isaac

(BolgatangaCentral)

20.     

Adu, Johnson Kwaku

(AhafoAnoSouthWest)

21.     

Afeku, Catherine Abelema

(EvalueAjomoroGwira)

22.     

Afenyo-Markin, Alexander Kwamena

(Effutu)

23.     

Afful, Eric

(AmenfiWest)

24.     

Afful, Yaw

(JamanSouth)

25.     

Afotey-Agbo, Joseph Nii Laryea

(Kpone-Katamanso)

26.     

Afriye, Nana Ayew (Dr.)

(Effiduase/Asokore)

27.     

Afriyie, Nana Akua Owusu

(AblekumaNorth)

28.     

Agbodza, Kwame Governs

(Adaklu)

29.     

Agyarko, Emmanuel Kyeremanteng

(AyawasoWestWuogon)

30.     

Agyekum, Alex Kofi

(Mpohor)

31.     

Agyeman-Rawlings, Zanetor (Dr)

(KlotteyKorle)

32.     

Ahi, Sampson

(Bodi)

33.     

Ahiafor, Bernard

(Akatsi South)

34.     

Aidoo, William Owuraku

(AfigyaKwabreSouth)

35.     

Akandoh, Kwabena Mintah

(Juaboso)

36.     

Akyea, Samuel Atta

(AbuakwaSouth)

37.     

Alalzuuga, Albert Akuka

(Garu)

38.     

Alhassan, Bashir Fuseini (Alhaji)

(Sagnarigu)

39.     

Alhassan, Mumuni

(SalagaNorth)

40.     

Alhassan, Sualihu Dandaawa

(Karaga)

41.     

Amankwah, Collins Owusu

(ManhyiaNorth)

42.     

Amenga-Etego, Rudolf Nsorwinne

(Chiana/Paga)

43.     

Ameyaw-Cheremeh, Kwasi

(SunyaniEast)

44.     

Amoah, Osei Bonsu

(AkwapimSouth)

45.     

Amoah, Robert Kwasi

(Achiase)

46.     

Amoako-Attah, Kwasi

(AtiwaWest)

47.     

Amoakoh, Nana

(UpperDenkyiraEast)

48.     

Amoakohene, Kofi

(Atebubu/Amantin)

49.     

Amoatey, Magnus Kofi

(YiloKrobo)

50.     

Ampem, Thomas Nyarko

(Asuogyaman)

51.     

Ampofo, Twumasi Kwame

(SeneWest)

52.     

Andah, George Nenyi Kojo

(Awutu-SenyaWest)

53.     

Anhwere, Emmanuel Agyei

(Atwima-NwabiagyaSouth)

54.     

Anim, Moses

(Trobu)

55.     

Annoh-Dompreh, Frank

(Nsawam-Adoagyiri)

56.     

Apaak, Clement A.

(BuilsaSouth)

57.     

Appiah-Kubi, Kojo (Dr)

(AtwimaKwanwoma)

58.     

Appiah-Pinkrah, Kwabena

(Akrofuom)

59.     

Asafu-Adjei, Kwame

(Nsuta-KwamangBeposo)

60.     

Asamoa, Yaw Buaben

(Adentan)

61.     

Asante-Boateng, Kwaku

(AsanteAkimSouth)

62.     

Asemanyi, Kojo

(GomoaEast)

63.     

Ashiamah, Daniel Kwesi

(Buem)

64.     

Asiamah-Adjei, Nana Dokua

(AkwapimNorth)

65.     

Asiamah, Andrew Amoako

(Fomena)

66.     

Asiamah, Isaac Kwame

(Atwima-Mponua)

67.     

Asiamah, Kwabena Amankwa

(FanteakwaNorth)

68.     

Assibey-Yeboah, Mark (Dr)

(NewJuabenSouth)

69.     

Atta-Mills, Samuel

(Komenda/Edina/Eguafo/Abrem)

70.     

Avedzi, James Klutse

(KetuNorth)

71.     

Ayamba, Laadi Ayii (Ms)

(Pusiga)

72.     

Ayariga, Mahama

(BawkuCentral)

73.     

Ayeh-Paye, Samuel

(Ayensuano)

74.     

Ayine, Dominic Akuritinga (Dr)

(BolgatangaEast)

75.     

Ayisi, Barbara Asher

(CapeCoastNorth)

76.     

Baba, Benson Tongo

(Talensi)

77.     

Bagbin, Alban Sumana Kingsford

(Nadowli/Kaleo)

78.     

Bambangi, Sagre (Dr.)

(Walewale)

79.     

Bedzrah, Emmanuel Kwasi

(HoWest)

80.     

Boakye-Yiadom, Patrick (Dr.)

(Obuasi East)

81.     

Boamah, Patrick Yaw

(OkaikweiCentral)

82.     

Bobie, Evans Opoku

(AsunafoNorth)

83.     

Bogyako-Saime, Patrick

(AmenfiEast)

84.     

Botwe, Daniel

(Okere)

85.     

Boye, Bernard Okoe (Dr.)

(Ledzokuku)

86.     

Braimah, Muhammad Bawah

(Ejura-Sekyedumase)

87.     

Braimah, Salifu Adam

(SalagaSouth)

88.     

Brako, Kofi

(TemaCentral)

89.     

Buah, Emmanuel Armah-Kofi

(Ellembele)

90.     

Chireh, Joseph Yieleh

(WaWest)

91.     

Chiwitey, Andrew Dari

(Sawla/Tuna/Kalba)

92.     

Codjoe, Francis Kingsley Ato

(Ekumfi)

93.     

Cudjoe Ghansah, Comfort Doyoe (Mrs)

(Ada)

94.     

Cudjoe, Joseph

(Effia)

95.     

Dafeamekpor, Rockson-Nelson Etse Kwami

(SouthDayi)

96.     

Dahah, Joseph Benhazin

(AsutifiNorth)

97.     

Dakura, Francis Bawaana (Dr.)

(Jirapa)

98.     

Darko-Mensah, Kwabena Okyere

(Takoradi)

99.     

Darko, Ohene Assifo

(UpperWestAkim)

100. 

Dauda, Collins (Alhaji)

(AsutifiSouth)

101. 

Dei, Joyce Adwoa Akoh

(Bosome-Freho)

102. 

Dery, Edward Kaale-Ewola

(Lambussie/Karni)

103. 

Djornobuah, Alex Tetteh

(SefwiAkontombra)

104. 

Donkoh, Elvis Morris

(Abura-Asebu-Kwamankese)

105. 

Donkor, Kwabena (Dr.)

(PruEast)

106. 

Duker, George Mireku

(Tarkwa-Nsuaem)

107. 

Essien, Paul

(Jomoro)

108. 

Etu-Bonde, Kwasi

(KintampoNorth)

109. 

Eyiah, Naana

(GomoaCentral)

110. 

Forson, Cassiel Ato Baah

(Ajumako/Enyan/Essiam)

111. 

George, Samuel Nartey

(Ningo-Prampram)

112. 

Gunu, Muhammed Abdul-Samed

(Savelugu)

113. 

Gyamfi, Emmanuel Akwasi

(Odotobri)

114. 

Gyan-Baffour, George Yaw (Prof)

(Wenchi)

115. 

Gyarko, Martin Oti

(TechimanNorth)

116. 

Gyato, Michael Yaw

(KrachiEast)

117. 

Halidu, Ali Maiga

(DormaaWest)

118. 

Hayford, Ekow

(Mfantseman)

119. 

Heloo, Bernice Adiku (Mrs) (Dr)

(Hohoe)

120. 

Hottordze, Alexander Roosevelt

(CentralTongu)

121. 

Ibrahim, Abdul-Rauf Tanko

(Yagaba/Kubori)

122. 

Ibrahim, Ahmed

(Banda)

123. 

Iddi, Ziblim

(Gushegu)

124. 

Iddrisu, Haruna

(TamaleSouth)

125. 

Issah, Fuseini

(OkaikweiNorth)

126. 

Jinapor, John Abdulai

(Yapei/Kusawgu)

127. 

Karbo, A.  N-Yoh Puowele Abayifaa

(Lawra)

128. 

Kini, Geoffrey

(NkwantaSouth)

129. 

Konadu-Yiadom, Charles

(NkoranzaSouth)

130. 

Koomson, Mavis Hawa (Mrs)

(Awutu-SenyaEast)

131. 

Kum, Ebenezer Kojo

(AhantaWest)

132. 

Kwetey, Fifi Fiavi Franklin

(KetuSouth)

133. 

Kyei Baffour, Eyiah

(LowerWestAkim)

134. 

Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu, Osei

(Suame)

135. 

Laryea, Emmanuel Nii Okai

(Amasaman)

136. 

Mahama, Alima

(Nalerigu/Gambaga)

137. 

Mahama, Shaibu

(Daboya/Mankarigu)

138. 

Majisi, John

(KrachiNchumuru)

139. 

Manu-Adabor, Francis

(AhafoAnoSouthEast)

140. 

Marfo, Emmanuel (Dr.)

(Oforikrom)

141. 

Marfo, Nana Amaniampong

(AfigyaKwabreNorth)

142. 

Mensah, Abena Durowaa

(AssinNorth)

143. 

Mensah, Betty Nana Efua Krosbi

(AframPlainsNorth)

144. 

Mensah, Francisca Oteng

(KwabreEast)

145. 

Mensah, Isaac Adjei

(WassaEast)

146. 

Mensah, Tina Gifty Naa Ayeley

(WeijaGbawe)

147. 

Mercer, Andrew Kofi Egyapa

(Sekondi)

148. 

Mohammad,  Habibu Tijani (Alhaji)

(Yendi)

149. 

Morrison, Cynthia Mamle (Mrs)

(AgonaWest)

150. 

Muniru, Abdul Aziz

(Akan)

151. 

Muntaka, Mohammed-Mubarak (Alhaji)

(Asawase)

152. 

Napare, Dominic

(SeneEast)

153. 

Nartey, Ebenezer Nii Narh

(AblekumaCentral)

154. 

Nkansah-Boadu, Mavis

(Afigya-SekyereEast)

155. 

Norgbey, Ernest Henry

(Ashaiman)

156. 

Nortsu-Kotoe, Peter

(AkatsiNorth)

157. 

Nsowah-Djan, Samuel

(UpperDenkyiraWest)

158. 

Ntim, Augustine Collins

(OffinsoNorth)

159. 

Ntoso, Helen Adjoa

(KrachiWest)

160. 

Nuamah, Samiu Kwadwo (Dr)

(Kwadaso)

161. 

Nyindam, Matthew

(Kpandai)

162. 

Ocloo, Linda Obenewaa Akweley

(Shai-Osudoku)

163. 

Odoom, Abraham Dwuma

(TwifoAttiMorkwa)

164. 

Odotei, Vincent Sowah

(DadeKotopon)

165. 

Oduro, Derek (Maj. [Rtd])

(NkoranzaNorth)

166. 

Ogajah, Thomas Donkor

(Wulensi)

167. 

Ohemeng-Tinyase, Kwabena

(Kade)

168. 

Opare-Ansah, Frederick

(Suhum)

169. 

Opoku, Eric

(AsunafoSouth)

170. 

Oppong-Nkrumah, Kojo

(Ofoase/Ayirebi)

171. 

Osei, Anthony Akoto  (Dr)

(OldTafo)

172. 

Osei, Gabriel

(Tain)

173. 

Osei, John Frimpong

(Abirem)

174. 

Osei, Kennedy Nyarko

(AkimSwedru)

175. 

Osei-Owusu, Eric

(AframPlainsSouth)

176. 

Osei-Owusu, Joseph

(Bekwai)

177. 

Oti, John Kwabena Bless

(NkwantaNorth)

178. 

Otuteye, Christian Corletey

(Sege)

179. 

Owusu-Aduomi, Kwabena

(Ejisu)

180. 

Owusu-Ekuful, Ursula G. (Mrs)

(AblekumaWest)

181. 

Panford, Ato

(Shama)

182. 

Pelpuo, Abdul-Rashid Hassan (Dr)

(WaCentral)

183. 

Prempeh, Freda Akosua O. (Ms)

(TanoNorth)

184. 

Prempeh, Matthew Opoku (Dr)

(ManhyiaSouth)

185. 

Quarm, Joseph Albert

(Manso-Nkwanta)

186. 

Quartey, Henry

(AyawasoCentral)

187. 

Quaye, Elizabeth Afoley

(Krowor)

188. 

Ricketts-Hagan, George Kweku

(CapeCoastSouth)

189. 

Saad, Habib

(Bortianor-NgleshieAmanfro)

190. 

Safo, Sarah Adwoa (Ms)

(Dome/Kwabenya)

191. 

Sandaare, Sebastian Ngmenenso (Dr)

(Daffiama/Bussie/Issa)

192. 

Sanid, Suleman Adamu

(AhafoAnoNorth)

193. 

Sekyere, Benjamin Yeboah

(TanoSouth)

194. 

Sowah, Della (Mrs)

(Kpando)

195. 

Suhuyini, Wahab Wumbei (Alhaji)

(Tolon)

196. 

Tampi, Simon Acheampong

(Tatale/Sanguli)

197. 

Tawiah, Augustine

(BiaWest)

198. 

Terlabi, Ebenezer Okletey

(LowerManyaKrobo)

199. 

Tetteh, Joycelyn

(NorthDayi)

200. 

Titus-Glover, Daniel Nii Kwartei

(TemaEast)

201. 

Tuferu, Mohammed Hardi

(Nanton)

202. 

Twum-Ampofo, Gifty

(AbuakwaNorth)

203. 

Umar, Alhassan

(Zabzugu)

204. 

Vanderpuije, Alfred Okoe

(AblekumaSouth)

205. 

Vanderpuye, Edwin Nii Lantey

(Odododiodioo)

206. 

Wireko-Brobby, Bright

(HemangLowerDenkyira)

207. 

Woyome, Kobena Mensah

(SouthTongu)

208. 

Yiadom-Boachie, Henry Yeboah

(TechimanSouth)


 

 

 

 


3.               The following Hon. Members were absent with permission:

 


1.        

Abass, Ridwan Dauda

(SissalaEast)

2.        

Ackah, Peter Yaw Kwakye

(AmenfiCentral)

3.        

Adu-Gyamfi, Mercy

(Akwatia)

4.        

Adutwum, Yaw Osei (Dr)

(Bosomtwe)

5.        

Alorwu-Tay, Angela Oforiwa

(AfadzatoSouth)

6.        

Antwi, Eugene Boakye

(Subin)

7.        

Anyimadu-Antwi, Kwame

(AsanteAkimCentral)

8.        

Appiagyei, Patricia (Ms)

(Asokwa)

9.        

Appiah-Kubi, Andy Kwame

(AsanteAkimNorth)

10.     

Basoah, Philip

(Kumawu)

11.     

Boateng, Ama Pomaa (Ms)

(Juaben)

12.     

Boniface, Abu-Bakar Saddique

(Madina)

13.     

Botchwey, Shirley Ayorkor (Ms)

(Anyaa/Sowutuom)

14.     

Fuseini, Inusah Abdulai B. (Alhaji)

(TamaleCentral)

15.     

Hammond, Kobina Tahir

(AdansiAsokwa)

16.     

Mahama, Naser Toure

(AyawasoEast)

17.     

Mensah, Joseph

(Kwesimintsim)

18.     

Mubarak, Ras

(Kumbungu)

19.     

Osei-Asare, Abena (Mrs)

(AtiwaEast)

20.     

Quashigah, Richard Mawuli Kwaku

(Keta)


4.               The following Hon. Members were absent:

 


1.        

Aboagye-Gyedu, Kingsley

(Bibiani-Anhwiaso-Bekwai)

2.        

Adamah, Patrick Al-Hassan

(SissalaWest)

3.        

Afriyie, Kwaku (Dr.)

(Sefwi-Wiawso)

4.        

Agalga, James

(BuilsaNorth)

5.        

Agbeve, Charles

(Agotime-Ziope)

6.        

Agyapong, Ken Ohene

(AssinCentral)

7.        

Agyeman-Manu, Kwaku

(DormaaCentral)

8.        

Agyenim-Boateng, Kwaku

(BerekumWest)

9.        

Ahenkorah, Kingsley Carlos

(TemaWest)

10.     

Arthur, Ahmed

(OkaikweiSouth)

11.     

Awuah, Ignatius Baffour

(SunyaniWest)

12.     

Banda, Ben Abdallah

(OffinsoSouth)

13.     

Bawa, Edward Abambire

(Bongo)

14.     

Bayon, Godfrey Tangu

(Wa East)

15.     

Bintin, Charles Binipom

(Saboba)

16.     

Boar, Solomon Namliit

(Bunkpurugu)

17.     

Darfour, Eric Kwakye

(Nkawkaw)

18.     

Dery, Ambrose

(Nandom)

19.     

Effah, Anthony

(Asikuma/Odoben/Brakwa)

20.     

Fordjour, John Ntim (Rev.)

(AssinSouth)

21.     

Ghartey, Joe

(Esikadu/Ketan)

22.     

Humado, Clement Kofi

(Anlo)

23.     

Jabanyite, Samuel Abdulai

(Chereponi)

24.     

Jajah, Yussif Issaka

(Ayawaso North)

25.     

Kankam, Kennedy Kwasi

(Nhyiaeso)

26.     

Kpemka, Joseph Dindiok

(Tempane)

27.     

Kpodo, Benjamin Komla

(HoCentral)

28.     

Kuganab-Lem, Robert Baba (Dr.)

(Binduri)

29.     

Kwarteng, Kwaku Agyeman

(ObuasiWest)

30.     

Mohammed,  Masawud (Alhaji)

(PruWest)

31.     

Naabu, Joseph Bipoba

(Yunyoo)

32.     

Nawaane, Mark Kurt (Dr)

(Nabdam)

33.     

Nitiwul, Dominic Bingab Aduna

(Bimbilla)

34.     

Ntow, Mathias Kwame

(Aowin)

35.     

Oduro, George Boahen

(NewEdubiase)

36.     

Okyere-Agyekum, Kofi

(FanteakwaSouth)

37.     

Oteng-Gyasi, Barbara

(Prestea/Huni-Valley)

38.     

Owusu-Bio, Benito

(Atwima-NwabiagyaNorth)

39.     

Quaittoo, William Agyapong

(AkimOda)

40.     

Sabi, William Kwasi

(DormaaEast)

41.     

Sarpong, Kwaku Ampratwum

(Mampong)

42.     

Sawyerr, Queenstar Pokua (Mrs)

(AgonaEast)

43.     

Sayibu, Suhuyini Alhassan

(TamaleNorth)

44.     

Siaka, Stevens

(JamanNorth)

45.     

Sulemana, Yusif

(Bole/Bamboi)

46.     

Tetteh, Joseph

(UpperManyaKrobo)

47.     

Twum-Nuamah, Kwabena (Dr)

(BerekumEast)


 

 

 

 

5.               The Rt. Hon. Speaker recognised in the House the presence of a Seven-Member delegation from the German Bundestag Group for English Speaking West African Countries who were in the country on an official visit:

 

The delegation were:

 

i.            Hon. Charles M. Huber           Chairman of the Group

 

ii.           Hon. B. Walter-Rosenheimer  Deputy Chairperson of the

                                                                        Group

 

iii.          Hon. Egon Tutter (Prof.)        Member of the Group

 

iv.          Hon. Ulla Jelpke                     “

 

v.           Hon. N. N. (CDU/CSU)         “

 

vi.          Mr. N. N.                                German Bundestag

 

vii.         Mrs. Barbara Chisholm           “

 

The delegation was accompanied by the German Ambassador to Ghana, H. E. Christoph Retzlaff and the Second Secretary of the Embassy Mr. Gesine Spatz.                   

 

The Rt. Hon. Speaker, on behalf of the House, wished the delegation fruitful deliberations and a pleasant stay in the country.

 

6.               The Votes and Proceedings of the Eleventh Sitting held on Thursday, 15th June, 2017 were adopted as the true record of proceedings.

 

              The Rt. Hon. Speaker withdrew from the Chair

              at 1:05 pm.

              The Hon. Second Deputy Speaker took the Chair.

 

7.               The Hon. Majority Leader, Mr. Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu in accordance with Standing Order 56(1), made a statement on the business arranged for the Fourth Week ending Friday, 23rd June, 2017.

 

8.               The following Questions were asked of and answered by the Hon. Minister for Roads & Highways, Mr. Kwasi Amoako-Atta:

 

*27 & *28        Dr. Clement A. Apaak (Builsa South) on behalf of Mr. Ras Mubarak (Kumbungu)

 

*29 & 30          Mr. Emmanuel Agyei Anhwere (Atwima Nwabiagya South)

 

*31                    Mr. Kwame Asafu-Adjei (Nsuta-Kwamang Beposo) on behalf of Mr. Philip Basoah (Kumawu)

 

The Hon. Second Deputy Speaker thanked the Hon. Minister for attending upon the House to respond to the Questions.

 

9.               MOTION


 

That this House do now adjourn.

 

(Moved by the Hon. Majority Leader, Mr. Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu and seconded by the Hon. First Deputy Minority Whip, Mr. Ahmed Ibrahim)

 

                                Question put and agreed to

 

10.     ADJOURNMENT


 


And at ten minutes before three o’clock in the afternoon the House was adjourned till Monday next at ten o’clock in the forenoon.

 

 

 

              ROBERT A. APODOLLA                                              PROF.  MICHAEL AARON OQUAYE

                             Deputy Clerk                                                                            Speaker

 S U P P L E M E N T

 

APPOINTMENTS COMMITTEE

 

1.      Opening

 

The Committee met on Friday, 16th June, 2017 at 10:40 am and held a public hearing to consider H. E. the President’s nomination of Her Ladyship Justice Sophia A. B. Akuffo as Chief Justice of the Republic.

                                     

The Hon. Chairman, Mr. Joseph Osei-Owusu presided.

 

2.      Attendance

 

The following Hon. Members were present:

 

                                i.            Ms. Sarah Adwoa Safo

                              ii.            Mr. Kwasi Ameyaw-Cheremeh

                            iii.            Mr. Samuel Atta Akyea

                            iv.            Mr. Daniel Nii Kwartei Titus-Glover

                              v.            Mrs. Ursula G. Owusu-Ekuful

                            vi.            Mr. Joseph Cudjoe

                          vii.            Mr. Osei Bonsu Amoah

                        viii.            Mr. Kofi Amoakohene

                            ix.            Mr. Anthony N-Yoh Puowele Karbo

                              x.            Ms. Barbara Asher Ayisi

                            xi.            Mr. Michael Yaw Gyato

                          xii.            Mr. Haruna Iddrisu

                        xiii.            Alhaji Mohammed-Mubarak Muntaka

                        xiv.            Mr. Mahama Ayariga

                          xv.            Mr. Sampson Ahi

                        xvi.            Mr. Eric Opoku

                      xvii.            Dr. Bernice Adiku Heloo

                    xviii.            Mr. Joseph Yieleh Chireh

                        xix.            Mr. Edwin Nii Lantey Vanderpuye

                          xx.            Mr. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa

                        xxi.            Mr. Suhuyini Alhassan Sayibu

 

3.      In Attendance

 

                    i.            Mr. Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu      Hon. Majority Leader &

Minister for Parliamentary Affairs

                  ii.            Mr. Yaw Osafo-Maafo                 Senior Minister

                iii.            Hajia Alima Mahama                    Hon. MP & Minister for

Local Government & Rural Development

                iv.            Ms. Elizabeth Afoley Quaye        Hon. MP & Minister for

Fisheries & Aquaculture

                  v.            Mr. Patrick Yaw Boamah             Hon. MP & Deputy Minister

for Sanitation & Water Resources

                vi.            Mr. Vincent Sowah Odotei          Hon. MP & Deputy Minister

for Communications

              vii.            Mr. Kojo Oppong-Nkrumah         Hon. MP & Deputy Minister

for Information

            viii.            Mr. Eugene Boakye Antwi           Hon. MP & Deputy Minister

for Works & Housing

                ix.            Mr. Magnus Kofi Amoatey          Hon. MP

                  x.            Mr. Ebenezer Kojo Kum               “

                xi.            Mr. Yaw Buaben Asamoa            “

              xii.            Dr. Dominic Akuritinga Ayine     “

            xiii.            Ms. Felicia Adjei                           “

            xiv.            Dr. Zanetor Agyeman-Rawlings   “

              xv.            Ms. Betty N. E. Krosbi Mensah   “

            xvi.            Mrs. Cynthia Mamle Morrison      “

          xvii.            Mr. Daniel Okyem Aboagye         “

        xviii.            Dr. Patrick Boakye-Yiadom         “

            xix.            Mr. Patrick Bogyarko-Saime        “

              xx.            Ms. Joycelyn Tetteh                      “

            xxi.            Nana Akua Owusu Afriyie           “

          xxii.            Mr. Andrew K. Egyapa Mercer    “

        xxiii.            Ms. Joyce Adwoa Akoh Dei        “

        xxiv.            Mr. Asante Amoako-Atta             Clerk to the Committee

          xxv.            Ms. Olivia Asante                         Assistant Clerk

        xxvi.            Mr. Samuel Aduamoa-Addo        “

      xxvii.            Mr. Ernest Darfour                       “

    xxviii.            Ms. Esther Degboe                       Parliamentary Service

        xxix.            Mr. Philip Owusu Afriyie             “

          xxx.            Mr. Ebenezer Nkansah Sefa         “

 

4.      Closing

 

The meeting was adjourned at 4:20 pm.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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