Parliament’s Appointments Committee has cleared all 3 Deputy Ministerial Nominees whose approvals were frozen last Friday at the behest of the minority.
The House deferred approval of a deputy education minister-designate Gifty Twum Ampofo and two others over some concerns from the Minority.
Tamale North MP and a member of the Appointments Committee Alhassan Suhuyini voted against the approval of Gifty Twum Ampofo over her answers on sharing of television sets to delegates during the NPP primaries.
The other two are deputy minister-designate for Sanitation and Water Resources Amidu Issahaku Chinnia and Deputy Attorney general and minister of justice designate Diana Asonaba Dapaah.
But in two separate reports of the committee yet to be taken in the plenary but in possession of EIB Parliamentary correspondent Ibrahim Alhassan, the 3 together with deputy Local Government, Decentralization and Rural Development minister-designate and MP for Techiman South whose vetting the minority boycotted have all been cleared for approval by consensus.