July 16, 2012

Twenty two (22) questions are expected to be answered by five Ministers who will be attending parliament this week.

They include the Ministers Employment and Social Welfare, Hon. E.T Mensah, Lands and Natural Resources, Hon. Mike Hammah, Minister of Education, Hon. Lee Ocran, Local Government and Rural Development, Hon. Samuel Ofosu Ampofo and Minister of Roads and Highways, Hon. Joe Gidisu.

Questions to be asked would include, How many jobs have been created since 2009, How soon the medical students of the University of Cape Coast will enjoy facilities like their other counterparts in other schools in Ghana in the area of fee- paying.

These were contained in the Business Statement for the week ending 20th July which was presented in the House by the Deputy Majority Chip Whip George Kuntu Blankson on behalf of the Majority Leader Cletus Avoka.

He said Bills may be presented to the House for First Reading and those of urgent naure may be taken through the various stages in one day in accordance with Order 119. Papers and committee reports may also be presented to the House.

Hon George Kuntu Blankson noted that having regard to the tall order of Business to consider within the brief period before recess, the Business Committee has decided that the House have extended sitting and may sit on Monday 23rd July 2012 and also have extended sittings each day when the need arises.

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