Cash-for- seat saga: Ad hoc committee’s report laid in Parliament

The report of five-member Ad hoc Committee probing the alleged cash for saga has been laid on the floor of Parliament.

A Clerk at the Table read aloud the report following which the First Deputy Speaker, Hon Joseph Osei Owusu, who presided over Friday’s sitting, directed that copies be made available to members.

The debate or deliberations on the report, was however, postponed to Tuesday, February 6, 2018.

The laying of the report brings to an end the controversy surrounding the work of the committee.

On Thursday, February 1, 2018, the Majority Leader, Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu revealed to journalists division that has rocked the Committee with the National Democratic Congress’ (NDC) Members of Parliament preferring to go their separate ways.

Leading that fight, according to the Majority Leader, is the NDC MP for Bolgatanga East, Dr. Dominic Ayeni.

Dr. Dominic Ayeni, Kasapafmonline.com has indicates to the rest of his colleagues that he will write separate from the Adhoc Committee, and which represents the views of the Minority NDC members serving on the Committee.

Both Dr. Ayeni and the deputy Minority Leader, James Klutse Avedzi are serving on the Committee.

The report of five-member Adhoc Committee probing the alleged cash for saga has been laid on the floor of Parliament.

A Clerk at the Table read aloud the report following which the First Deputy Speaker, Hon Joseph Osei Owusu, who presided over Friday’s sitting, directed that copies be made available to members.

The debate or deliberations on the report, was however, postponed to Tuesday, February 6, 2018.

The laying of the report brings to an end the controversy surrounding the work of the committee.

On Thursday, February 1, 2018, the Majority Leader, Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu revealed to journalists division that has rocked the Committee with the National Democratic Congress’ (NDC) Members of Parliament preferring to go their separate ways.

Leading that fight, according to the Majority Leader, is the NDC MP for Bolgatanga East, Dr. Dominic Ayeni.

Dr. Dominic Ayeni, Kasapafmonline.com is informed has indicated to the rest of his colleagues that he will write separate from the Adhoc Committee, and which represents the views of the Minority NDC members serving on the Committee.

Both Dr. Ayeni and the deputy Minority Leader, James Klutse Avedzi are serving on the Committee.

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