Minority Slams Education Minister For Failing To Appear In Parliament
Minority in Parliament has expressed disappointment in the inability of the Minister of Education, Yaw Adutwum, to to also appear before the house to answer questions pertaining to his sector and according to the minority the Minister has for the second time failed to appear before the house with an excuse of being engaged in an official
assignment. Speaking on the floor of the Parliament the Minority Leader, Haruna Iddrisu, questioned absence of the Education Minister. I was given a letter dated on the February 1, 2022 and a request from Education Minister for a rescheduling of the [parliamentary] question to the February 9, 2022. And this letter was presented only in
the morning when he was supposed to appear before Parliament. At this point, all we need is an assurance that the affected members of the house also get their questions also reprogrammed for the February 9, 2022. Meanwhile, Majority Chief Whip, Frank Annor-Dompreh, assured that the Minister will appear before the house
on February 9, 2022, to answer questions filed by the legislators. I can assure the leader that the Members involved are duly informed. The Minister of Education has also given assurances that the new date will be respected.