Mr Speaker, the Committee met yesterday, Thursday, 26th June, 2014 and arranged Business of the House for the Fourth Week ending Friday, 4th July, 2014.
Mr Speaker, pursuant to Standing Order 56 (2), the Committee accordingly submits its report as follows:
Arrangement of Business
Mr Speaker, the Committee has programmed the following Ministers to respond to Questions asked of them during the week:
No. of Question(s)
i. Minister for Energy -- 3
ii. Minister for Water Resources, Works and Housing -- 5
iii. Minister for Roads and Highways -- 5
Total number of Questions -- 13
Mr Speaker, in all, three (3) Ministers are expected to attend upon the House to respond to thirteen (13) Questions during the week.
Mr Speaker, pursuant to Order 70(2), Ministers of State may be permitted to make Statements of Government policy. Mr Speaker may also admit Statements to
be made in the House by Hon Members in accordance with Order 72.
Bills, Papers and Reports
Mr Speaker, Bills may be presented to the House for First Reading and those of urgent nature may be taken through the various stages in one day in accordance with Order 119. Papers and Committee reports may also be presented to the House.
Motions and Resolutions
Mr Speaker, Motions may be debated and their consequential Resolutions, if any, taken during the week.
Mr Speaker, in accordance with Standing Order 160(2) and subject to Standing Order 53, the Committee submits to this Honourable House, the order in which the Business of the House shall be taken during the week.
Public Holiday (Republic Day)
*109. Mr Frederick Opare-Ansah (Suhum): To ask the Minister for Energy and Petroleum what the Ministry is doing about connecting the following towns in the Suhum Municipality to the National Electricity Grid: (i) Ayisikrom (ii) Akortey (iii) Kromameng (iv) Gamameng (v) Adidiso (vi) Obomofodensua (vii) Obomena Nkatekwan (viii) Oboatumpan (ix) Korasang (x) Simatare (xi) Snar (xii) Suhum Abisim (xiii) Krobomu.
*110. Mr Isaac Kwame Asiamah (Atwima-Mponua): To ask the Minister for Energy and Petroleum when electricity supply from the National Grid would be extended to the following communities in Atwima Mponua Constituency: (i) Akantansu (ii) Baakoniaba (iii) Akwaburaso (iv) Wansamire (v) Awisesu (vi) Kasotie (vii) Kyekyewere.
*114. Mr Hennric David Yeboah (Afigya-Sekyere East): To ask the Minister for Energy and Petroleum when will the ongoing electricity projects at the following com- munities in the Afigya Sekyere East Constituency be completed: (i) Kokoteasua (ii) Krakrom (iii) Montosua (iv) Morso (v) Hiamankyene.
Presentation of Papers --
Report of the Finance Committee on the On-Lending Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Ghana and the Ghana Water Company Limited for an amount of forty-eight million, one hundred thousand United States Dollars (US$48.1 million) to finance Parts B and D4 of the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area Sanitation and Water Project under the Financing Agreement between the Govern- ment of the Republic of Ghana and the International Development Association for a grant equivalent to one hundred and fifty million United Stated Dollars to finance the proposed Greater Accra Metropolitan Area Sanitation and Water Project (GSWP).
Adoption of the Report of the Finance Committee on the Financing Agreement between the Govern- ment of the Republic of Ghana and the International Development Association (IDA) for an amount equivalent to one hundred and one million Special Drawing Rights (SDR 101,000,000 [US$156.0 million equivalent) to finance the Ghana Secondary School Education Improvement Project.