Technical problem halts work in Ghana Parliament

The business of the Parliament of Ghana was on Wednesday delayed as a result of a technical problem.

The proceedings, which normally commences at 1000 hours had to be delayed, as technicians worked assiduously to fix the problem that impaired the communications network of the House till about 1240 hours.

Top on the agenda of the day is the continuation of the debate on the President’s State of the Nation address to the House last week.

The House would also deliberate on the report of the Joint Committee on Finance and Mines and Energy on the Subsidiary Agreement between the government of Ghana and the China Development Bank Corporation for an amount of $850 million to finance the Western Corridor Gas Infrastructure Development Project.

The agreement is part of the three billion dollars Master Facility Agreement between the government of Ghana and the China Development Bank Corporation.

Source: GNA

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