It is likely that the presentation of the report of the five- member committee set up to investigate bribery against leadership of the Appointments Committee may not take place on Wednesday, March 29, 2017, as advertised.
This is because the committee is yet to finalise its report, less than 24 hours of the advertised time for its presentation to the august house.
Consequently, Ghanaians might have to wait for some few days before getting details of the report.
Information available to the Ghana News Agency (GNA) is that the report appears not ready to be debated by the plenary.
The Committee last week after listening to the final batch of witnesses noted that the report would be submitted to the House on Wednesday, but the GNA has picked information from a member of the investigation panel that the report was still being worked on.
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