Energy Minister, Boakye Agyarko is currently before the committee to offer his evidence before the committee,

Asawasi MP. Muhammad Muntaka is currently offering his evidence before the committee.

Earlier, Bawku Central Member of Parliament, Mahama Ayariga is currently before the adhoc Committee investigating the bribery allegations that has rocked the Appointments Committee of Parliament.

The bribery allegation followed the reluctance by the Minority side of the Appointments Committee to recommend Mr. Agyarko for passage over certain comments he made against former President John Mahama.

The Bawku Central MP, accused Energy Minister, Boakye Agyarko of bribing Minority members of the Appointments Committee with GH¢3000 each to facilitate his appointment when he met the committee for vetting.

Mr Joseph Osei-Wusu, MP for Bekwai, First Deputy Speaker and Chairman of the Appointments Committee whom he claimed distributed the money to the members on the committee has also threatened a law suit against the embattled Bawku Central MP.

After the issue went viral, the Speaker of Parliament Prof Mike Ocquaye set up a committee to probe the issue. Mr. Osei-Wusu appeared before the Committee Thursday to tell his side of the story.

Mahama Ayariga is currently before the Joe Ghartey Committee answering questions from members of Joe Ghartey Committee investigating bribery allegation in Parliament.

He maintained that he did not deal directly with the Energy Minister, Boakye Agyarko and Joe Osei-Wusu.

Mahama Ayariga also revealed he thought the ‘bribe’ money was their allowance having sat deep into the night at previous sittings and they were assured that the chairman had raised a memo to the Speaker for the payment. He says when he got the call from the Minority Chief Whip that the money had come, he thought it was the allowance and not money to bribe.