Madam Speaker, I would
only want to crave your indulgence to advise that Hon Members should have the patience to listen till one has landed before they take up the floor, moreso when they are senior Members of the House.
Madam Speaker, what I was saying, and let me say it in one sentence and end it, is that because of the importance of the work of the members of the Board, the advice that would be given on the composition of the Board should take into account a very broad spectrum of things and should not be narrow-minded. That is what I wanted to say. But since my senior Colleague, in fact, Colleague -- we all entered here in 1997 -- my Colleague did not have the patience to listen, I will just urge that next time we learn to listen before we take the floor.
Mr. Alfred K. Agbesi (NDC --
Ashaiman): Madam Speaker, I have looked critically at the membership of this Committee which would advise the Speaker. Madam Speaker, I have no doubt in my mind that with the calibre of persons or Hon Members selected here, very good advice would be flowing to Madam Speaker.
Madam Speaker, we need the knowledge, the experience of the personalities here to give very good advice to our Speaker to be able to do much for us in this House. Madam Speaker, I want to believe that very good advice would be given. Madam Speaker, I thank you very much for the opportunity.
Mr. Isaac K. Asiamah (NPP --
Atwima-Mponua): Thank you, Madam Speaker for the opportunity. Madam Speaker, I have a problem with this whole