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Parliament

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Director of Public Affairs
Parliament

Deputy Minority Leader

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Mr Edward Doe Adjaho ...

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Mr Edward Doe Adjaho - Speaker of Parliament

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Mr Edward Doe Adjaho - Speaker of Parliament
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The speaker of parliament, Mr Edward Doe Adjaho, has cautioned Members of Parliament (MPs) against misconduct on the floor of the House, saying bad behaviour dents the image of the legislature.
He said he had almost on a regular basis received messages from members of the public about the misconduct of MPs in the House, which has brought the image of the House into disrepute.
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Mr Adjaho said not too long ago, a Member of Parliament was speaking on his mobile phone while proceedings were ongoing and his picture was taken by an unknown person and put on social media.
He said that MP, who he did not name, was mistaken for him (Speaker) and added that members of the public then proceeded to state, among other assertions that he did not concentrate on proceedings when he sat in the Speaker's Chair but was always speaking on the phone; hence, his "bogus" rulings on matters in the House.
Mr Adjaho said it was later proven that the person in the picture was not him but by then his name had been dragged in the mud.
He made it clear that he would not tolerate comments such as the ones made by the two unidentified members on the floor of the House and wondered why members could not comport themselves and carry themselves with dignity like the Member for Sekondi, Papa Owusu Ankomah, did.


Akwaaba Radio

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Wednesday, 29 January 2014 Speaker of Parliament, Edward Doe Adjaho has sent a strong signal, indicating that he was appalled by comments made by the Member of Parliament (MP) for Effiduase-Asokore, which suggested that he is corrupt. Akwaaba Radio

Speaker of Parliament, Edward Doe Adjaho has sent a strong signal, indicating that he was appalled by comments made by the Member of Parliament (MP) for Effiduase-Asokore, which suggested that he is corrupt. Wednesday, 29 January 2014
Speaker of Parliament, Edward Doe Adjaho has sent a strong signal, indicating that he was appalled by comments made by the Member of Parliament (MP) for Effiduase-Asokore, which suggested that he is corrupt.
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Speaker of Parliament, Edward Doe Adjaho, earlier preferred that the matter was referred to the Privileges Committee for investigation.
But going by his conviction not to have speech criminalized, the Speaker noted how unwilling he was to refer matters to the Privileges Committee, even in his days as the Deputy Speaker.


• The Speaker of Parliament, ...

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• The Speaker of Parliament, Mr Edward Doe Adjaho, signing the book of condolence at the residence of the late Jones Kugblenu, the Director of Public Affairs of Parliament.

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• The Speaker of Parliament, Mr Edward Doe Adjaho, signing the book of condolence at the residence of the late Jones Kugblenu, the Director of Public Affairs of Parliament.
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The Speaker of Parliament, Mr Edward Doe Adjaho, yesterday eulogised the late Director of Public Affairs of Parliament, Mr Jones Kugblenu, describing him as brilliant, affable, kind and a team player.
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Mr Adjaho was accompanied by the Minority Leader, Mr Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu; the Clerk to Parliament, Mr Emmanuel Anyimadu; the Clerk at Table of Parliament, Mr Ebenezer Djietror, among others.
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Mr Adjaho noted that Mr Kugblenu always tried to calm nerves anytime there was a wrong reportage of parliamentary proceedings and added that anytime Kugblenu intervened, his (Adjaho's) anger died down.
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Mr Adjaho noted that Mr Kugblenu always tried to calm nerves anytime there was a wrong reportage of parliamentary proceedings and added that anytime Kugblenu intervened, his (Adjaho's) anger died down.


Mr Edward Doe Adjaho, Deputy ...

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Mr Edward Doe Adjaho, Deputy Minority Leader, said the House should have taken a vote on the budget and asked if that could be done judging form the numbers present.

As at 1007 hours, the Chamber was barely full.
Standing Order 48 (1) of the Parliament of Ghana states "the presence of at least one third of all the Members of Parliament besides the person presiding shall be necessary to constitute a quorum of the House."
Mr Adjaho suggested that the House took a short break while the leadership of both sides marshaled members to continue with business in the chamber.


Edward Doe Adjaho, Speaker ...

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Edward Doe Adjaho, Speaker of Parliament

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