I think the ayes have it: A peek inside Ghana’s Parliament

By Edmund Smith-Asante

A Parliamentary Session
A Parliamentary Session

From the outside, the building that houses Ghana’s Parliament looks so quiet and serene. This is, however, a direct opposite of what happens inside, when the House is in session.

There are two identical buildings both emblazoned with the country’s Coat of Arms in the yard that houses Ghana’s legislature and a first timer needs to ask or risk going to the wrong building.

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