A retreat by President Akufo-Addo’s cabinet and other appointees has stalled the work of Parliament.
All Ministers scheduled to answer questions from MPs on the floor since Thursday have been deferred to next week as a result of the cabinet retreat.
Attorney General and Minister for Justice Godfred Yeboah Dame who was scheduled to answer questions from North Tongu MP Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa on the murder of investigative journalist Ahmed Hussein-Suale and other prominent Ghanaians failed to turn up.
Minister for Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation who had to answer a question from Ho West MP Emmanuel Kwasi Bedzrah was also absent prompting the MP to question the development.
Majority Whip Frank Annor-Dompreh explained the development is a result of the ministerial retreat. Second deputy speaker Andrew Asiamah who was presiding, disclosed the ministers have written to inform the house about their absence.