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Speaker of Parliament Announces Plans to Install Bulletproof Glass Curtain In the House for ‘Security Reasons’

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Ghana’s parliament house will soon be outfitted with a curtain of bulletproof glass to heighten security, Speaker Mike Ocquaye has revealed. Apparently the MPs are facing some sort of dangers from the public which necessitates the installation of a bulletproof glass curtain to separate the chamber from the public gallery. READ ALSO: ‘I Bow to … Read more

Legalizing Homos*xuality Would Lead To Legalizing Bestiality So We Won't Do It – Speaker Of Parliament

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Speaker of Parliament, Professor Mike Ocquaye, has refused a call by Amnesty International for homos*xuality to be decriminalized in Ghana.
According to the Speaker, legalization of homos*xuality would lead us on a slippery slope down a path where bestiality and other vices would be legalized under the banner of ‘human rights’.

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‘If You Say I Should Apologise, I Apologise’ – Mahama Ayariga

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The Committee set up to investigate allegations of bribery in Parliament presented their report on the floor of the house Thursday, sparking untold drama.

The Joe Ghartey led Committee said in their report that they had found no evidence of Ayariga’s bribery claim and thus, due to the slurs he had casted on the reputations of both the house and the honourable members he accused, he needed to apologise for his behaviour.

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Speaker Of Parliament Mike Ocquaye Calls For Ghana To Criminalise Homos*xuality

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The Speaker of Parliament, Professor Mike Ocquaye, has called for the laws of Ghana to be made much clearer in regards to homos*xuality, and for the practice to be criminalised entirely.

Prof Ocquaye was speaking during a meeting with the head of Royal House Chapel, Rev Sam Korankye, who led a delegation from the church to pay a courtesy call on him.

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