The NPP and NDC have named new leaders for the 8th parliament that was inaugurated today January 7 2020.
These new individuals, although may not be new, have been named to lead the business of parliament as far as political representation is concerned for the next 4 years.
Since there is no clear majority in parliament, both the NDC and NPP have decided to address themselves as political caucuses in parliament that will see to the smooth running affairs together with the Speaker.
In the former parliament, Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bosu was the majority leader on the side of the NPP while Haruna Iddrisu was the minority leader on the side of the NDC. These two experienced politicians have retained their positions in the all-new 8th parliament.
Leaders Of The NPP Caucus In The 8th Parliament.
1, Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu — Leader
2, Alex Afenyo-Markin — Deputy Leader
3, Frank Annoh Dompreh — Chief Whip
4, Habib Iddrisu — 1st Deputy Chief Whip
5, Lydia Alhassan — 2nd Deputy Chief Whip
Leaders Of The NDC Caucus In The 8th Parliament.
1, Haruna Iddrisu — Leader
2, James Klutse Avedzi — Deputy Leader
3, Muntaka Mubarak — Chief Whip
4, Ahmed Ibrahim — 1st Deputy Chief Whip
5, Comfort Dnyoe Ghansah — 2nd Deputy Chief Whip
Meanwhile, the Leaders Of Parliament Are As Follows
1, Alban Bagbin — Speaker of Parliament
2, Joseph Osei Owusu — 1st Deputy Speaker of Parliament
3, Andrews Amoako Asiamah — 2nd Deputy Speaker of Parliament