Privileges C’tee summons Adwoa Safo in open as all endeavors to reach her fall flat

It has presently ended up clear that all endeavors to reach Part of Parliament for Dome-Kwabenya Voting public Sarah Adwoa Safo to seem sometime recently the Benefits Committee failed. According to a press discharge issued by the

Parliamentary Benefit and marked by the Executive of Open Issues, Kate Addo, the Deputy Larger part Pioneer within the Seventh Parliament fizzled to respect all solicitations to seem some time recently the Committee after the Speaker’s directive.

As a result, the Chairman of the Committee has summoned her over again to seem on Wednesday, July 6 at 12 twelve at the Committee Room 1, 2 & 3 within the Unused Organization Square of Parliament House. The new summons is to be distributed in “all-important media”.

“This comes after all endeavors to reach Honorable Part by the Committee failed.” The press discharge demonstrated that the fizzled endeavors to reach her included a welcome letter to her office and her pigeonhole in Parliament, to the Service of Sexual orientation, Children and Social Assurance, where she superintended as division serve, her official mail addresses, known social media handles and through her Individual Assistant.

The new summons is compatible with Article 103(6) of the 1992 Structure and Arrange 205 of the Standing Orders of Parliament. The four-time MP has been given the choice to respect the welcome through Zoom, a stage she as of late broke her quiet on in a media meet with Accra-based Bliss News.

The summons frame portion of the work of the Benefits Committee after Speaker Alban Sumana Kingsford Bagbin alluded to the issue of the nonappearance of a few three Individuals for more than 15 sittings within the, To begin with, Assembly of the Moment Session of the Eighth Parliament without earlier authorization in writing. The Dome-Kwabenya MP had, be that as it may, made a brief appearance but was said to have been imitated, an issue which the Minority guaranteed to take after up.

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