The search for the next speaker of parliament for the Republic of Ghana is ongoing and many Ghanaians have suggested who the government must consider as the next speaker of parliament for Ghana. There has been massive reactions today as Ghanaians suggest another name as who the government must consider as the next speaker. Ghanaians today on social media suggested that the government of the Republic of Ghana must consider Mr. Jones Victor Mawulorm Dotse as the next speaker of parliament for the Republic of Ghana.
According to the suggestions of some Ghanaians, Mr. Jones Victor Mawulorm Dotse must be considered as the next speaker of parliament for Ghana because he has once worked as a state Attorney with the Attorney Generals Department from 1979 and was also a high court judge. These were some of the major reasons why some Ghanaians suggested that the government must consider Mr. Jones Victor Mawulorm Dotse as the next speaker of parliament for Ghana.
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