Trades Minister, Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen, who has been accused of using the Presidency for profiteering has been cleared of any wrongdoing in the cash-for seat probe.
The committee report presented to parliament ahead of a debate on it found no evidence to support the claim first made by Minority Chief Whip, Muntaka Mohammed, who is Asawase NDC MP.
Muntaka Mohammed alleged that the Trades and Industry Ministry provided support for a private event organiser which sold seats to anyone interested in sitting close to the president at an awards dinner for expatriates.
The Minority NDC condemned the move as unethical, that the Ministry partnered Millennium Challenge Foundation to collect the monies.
The Minority pushed for a probe which was unexpectedly granted by the Speaker of Parliament.
After about four weeks of work, the committee has prepared a report set to be debated along partisan lines.
Already the committed posied three NPP MPs to two NDC MPs, disagree on the content of the report.
The report will not capture the view of the Minority NDC MPs because of claims that they submitted their input late.
The Minority members of the committee prepared a ‘Minority report’ which was leaked to the public.
But condemning the move, chairman of the Legal and Constitutional Committee of Parliament, Ben Abdallah, said issuing a minority report is simply alien to the Standing Orders.
Ahead of the debate, he described the conduct of the NDC MPs on the committee as dishonest.
He was particularly disappointed in former Deputy Attorney-General, Dominic Ayine, whom he said should have known better as a lawyer.