Parliament will on Friday, April 17, 2020, resume its sittings to consider the approval of Dr. Bernard Okoe-Boye as a Deputy Minister of Health.
The appointment of the medical doctor was greeted with a warm reception from the populace who welcomed the move describing it is a major boost to the country’s fight against the deadly COVID-19.
ABC News sources reveal that a memo by the Speaker to the entire membership of the House is being drafted inviting the House to continue with its “first meeting of the fourth session, which commenced on Tuesday the 28th-day of January 2020.”
MPs are thus expected to return to the House on Friday to deliberate and approve the Ledzokuku as a Deputy Minister.
It is also expected that the House will also deliberate on other financial interventions that have been proposed by the Akufo-Addo led government as a means of alleviating the plight of the poor and vulnerable who are bearing the brunt of the lockdown directive.