Speaker of the 8th Parliament, Rt. Hon. Alban S.K Bagbin has stated emphatically and unequivocally that while Ghana will not pass any laws that infringe on people’s rights, the country will be sure to pass laws that protect it’s values, culture, traditions, religion and principles.
Honorable Bagbin made this known during a courtesy call paid on by him the Australian High Commissioner, Gregory Andrews.
The Australian High Commissioner known for his keen interest in the Ghanaian culture and food in his remarks said he has enjoyed the culture since his coming to the country, stressing out that it has had a positive image on his family.
Members of Parliament who were present during Mr Gregory Andrews’ courtesy call, praised him for his passion for climate change, adding how his country has supported Small Medium Enterprises ( SMEs) in the midst of the novel Coronavirus pandemic.
The Australian High Commissioner was urged to complete the Sports facilities his country promised Ghana and also enhance the Youth Ambassador Project where citizens within the ages of 18- 30 can travel to Australia for educational purposes.