Who is first deputy speaker?
List of Deputy Speakers
|No.||Deputy Speaker Constituency||Term|
|1||M. A. Ayyangar Tirupati||7 March 1956|
|2||Hukam Singh Bathinda||4 April 1957|
|31 March 1962|
Who is the first speaker of Parliament in Ghana 2021?
The Speaker of the Parliament of Ghana is the presiding officer of the Parliament of Ghana. The current speaker is Alban Kingsford Sumana Bagbin. He was elected on 7 January 2021.
Who is Joe Osei Wusu?
Joseph Osei-Owusu (born 22 January 1962, in Bekwai) is a Ghanaian lawyer, and politician. He is the first deputy speaker of the 8th Parliament of the 4th Republic and also the Member of Parliament for the Bekwai constituency in the Ghanaian Parliament.
Which party is Joe Osei Owusu?
New Patriotic Party
Joseph Osei Owusu/Parties
Who is the current Deputy Speaker of Lok Sabha 2020?
PM congratulates Thambi Durai on his unanimous election as Deputy Speaker.
Who is the first female Speaker of parliament in Ghana?
|The Right Honourable Joyce Adeline Bamford-Addo JSC, CV|
|Alma mater||Holy Child School Inner Temple|
|Known for||First woman Justice of the Supreme Court of Ghana First woman Speaker of the Parliament of Ghana|
Who is the MP for Jirapa?
Jirapa (Ghana parliament constituency)
|Region||Upper West Region of Ghana|
|Party||National Democratic Congress|
|MP||Francis Bawaana Dakurah|
Who is Bekwai MP?
Joseph Osei-Owusu is the member of parliament for the constituency….Bekwai (Ghana parliament constituency)
|Region||Ashanti Region of Ghana|
Who are the Deputy Speakers of Parliament in Ghana?
Joe Wise and Fomena MP elected 1st and 2nd Deputy Speakers of Parliament. Ghana’s legislators have unanimously selected Joseph Osei Owusu (Joe Wise) and Andrews Amoako Asiamah to serve as First and Second Deputy Speakers, respectively, of the 8th Parliament.
Who is the First Deputy Speaker of Parliament?
The current First Deputy Speaker is Joseph Osei Owusu of the New Patriotic Party (NPP). Second Deputy Speaker – The Second Deputy Speaker presides over the sittings of Parliament in the absence of the Speaker and the First Deputy Speaker. The current Second Deputy Speaker is Alban Bagbin of the National Democratic Congress (NDC).
Who was the first African Speaker of Parliament?
This changed in 1949 when Emmanuel Quist became its first African president. The Legislative Council elected Quist as its first speaker in 1951. The longest serving speaker was Daniel Francis Annan who served from 7 January 1993 to 6 January 2001.
Who is the second Speaker of Parliament 2019?
Joe Wise was nominated by the NPP for the First Speaker role, while Fomena MP, Mr. Amoako Asiamah was also nominated by NDC to serve as the Second Speaker. The nominations of both men were duly approved by newly sworn-in Speaker of Parliament Alban Bagbin.