Committee investigating “Presidential seat for sale” sits today

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The five-member adhoc committee set up by the Speaker of Parliament, Prof. Mike Ocquaye to investigate the sale of Presidential seats to expatriates at the Ghana Expatriates Business Awards (GEBA) will start sitting today.

The committee’s sitting which will be open to the public is expected to see the Minority that called for probe into the issue, the Ministry of trade and other parties testify.

The Committee is expected to submit its report to the House “as soon as possible, one day after our recall which is 24th [January 2018].”

The Committee has three members of the Majority namely Ameyaw Kyeremeh, Majority Chief Whip, who will Chair the Committee, Dr. Assibey Yeboah, Chairman of the Finance Committee of Parliament, and Yaw Buabeng Asamoah, MP for Adentan.

On the Minority side are James Klutsey Avedzie, Deputy Minority Leader, and Dominic Ayine, the MP for Bolgatanga East.



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