Following pressure from civil society groups and members of parliament, the public affairs department of the house has revealed that the report of the controversial bribery allegation levelled against members of the appointment committee would be released on March 29.

It will be recalled that The Joe Ghartey committee was constituted last month to investigate bribery allegations brought against leadership of the appointment committee.

Their 30 day time line expired over 2 weeks ago but Ghanaians have still not heard anything which led to calls by Anti corruption crusaders and other civil society groups mounting pressure on the committee to come out with their report.

Following this, Public Affairs Director of parliament, Kate Addo says the report will be released on March 29.

In a statement, she says the committee met Wednesday to review evidence provided by the persons who appeared before them.

Meanwhile, Chairman of Parliament’s Appointment Committee Joe Osei says his accusers have so far failed to throw up any evidence that he attempted bribing minority members of his committee.

He says he wished the committee’s work was over already, but understands why it needs more time.

Mr Ayariga said Joseph Osei-Owusu handed over the bribe money to the MPs, a claim Mr Osei-Owusu denies vehemently.

 Listen to Mr Osei-Owusu