The Supreme Court has struck out a case brought before it by the Member of Parliament for Bawku Central, Mahama Ayariga which needs to do modalities of some social intercession programs started by the Nana Akufo-Addo government.
The Supreme Court directed by Chief Justice Sophia Akuffo says it made the move for the need of or absence of an indictment.
Ayariga sued the Akufo-Addo organization in March 2018 over the execution of the Poverty Eradication Program (IPEP), Free Senior High School, Planting for Food and Jobs just as the activities of existing offices like the Microfinance and Small Loans Center (MASLOC) and others.
Mr. Ayariga had contended that the administration neglected to submit operational modalities for the approach structure of a portion of these projects to Parliament.
He had needed the court to propel either the President or the important division clergymen to show the relevant enactment and controls to Parliament.
Ayariga was looking for “a request of mandamus convincing the President or his doled out Ministers to convey to Parliament suitable enactment setting up the organizations or offices to actualize the said activities, and to have legitimate controls introduced to Parliament for authorization to oversee the activity of optional power essentially involved in the usage of the said activities once the Appropriations (No. 2) Act, 2017 (Act 951) was passed by Parliament approving the appointment of the assets.”