In a leaked tape making rounds on social media, the Minority Leader, Haruna Iddrisu has revealed that NDC women cannot be trusted because they are in bed with NPP MPs.
Haruna Iddrisu is reported to have disclosed in the audio that:
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The minority in Parliament has responded with righteous indignation to the decision of the Attorney General to drop the prosecution of the so-called ‘Delta 8’.
In a statement issued Wednesday and signed by minority leader Haruna Iddrisu, the caucus collectively condemned the action as a ‘travesty of justice’ and signalling a ‘lack of respect’ for the nation’s judiciary.
According to Ultimatefmonline.com, Tamale South Constituency lawmaker and outgoing Minister of Employment and Labour Relations, Haruna Iddrisu will ascend the seat of minority leader in the Nana Addo administration.
The online portals confirms that, sources within the party disclosed that it was unanimously agreed that Haruna Iddrisu becomes minority leader while Alban Kingsford Sumana Bagbin is made second deputy speaker of the house.
Mr Iddrisu Haruna, the incumbent Member of Parliament on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has retained the seat.
Collateral provisional results from the constituency has revealed.
Just in time for election season – exactly how dumb does this government believe us to be?
The Minister for Employment and Labour Relations, Haruna Iddrisu, has announced government plans to increase public sector salaries by 12.5%.
The default feeling about this government now is that the things you know about are terrible, but those you do not know about might be several magnitudes worse.
Ministries are the umbrella body under which agencies and departments fall, but that does not bestow on them the power to dip their hands into their funds at any point they like- especially when paying them back then becomes a task.
This is so predictable, it’s like watching a bad movie over and over again and hoping at some point something in it each would change for the better.
Let me give you the plot. ‘Workers threaten strike, government assures them money would be paid, after some time money still isn’t paid and workers go on strike, then government says the money would be paid so please call off strike and go back to work’