Minority Members of Parliament have asked the Akufo-Addo driven government to hand over the administration of Ghana to the National Democratic Congress (NDC) on the off chance that it isn’t prepared to show sense of duty regarding administer.
The call by the NDC MPs took after the disappointment of five clergymen to show up before the House Thursday morning to answer questions identified with their separate services. “Per the request paper, these five clergymen should appear in Parliament today,” parliamentary journalist Mercydalyne Lokko revealed.
Notwithstanding, she said the five, Minister for Railways Development, Minister of Labor and Employment, Minister for Works and Housing, Minister for Lands and Natural Resources and Minister of Regional Reorganization and Development, were missing when procedures began.
Their nonattendance, our journalist detailed, caused a sudden end of procedures of Parliament Thursday. Second delegate dominant part boss whip, Moses Anim, educated the House that the five pastor had kept in touch with Parliament to clarify why they were not able go to Thursday’s sitting yet did not give the reasons.
“I grasp reactions from the pastors to the table office that the table office just submitted to me. So the pastors have reacted.
On the off chance that you take a gander at the request paper we can fluctuate the request paper [and] suspend sitting… ” he said. However, the agent minority boss whip, Ahmed Ibrahim, was despondent about the direct of the five pastors, expressing “I can’t take the reaction given by the delegate whip genuine” on the grounds that the Ministers knew they needed to show up before the House Thursday.
“Is he [Second delegate larger part boss whip] telling this house all the five priests of state have composed letters that none of them; not in any case one can profit himself before the house and reacts to the inquiries that are being asked of them?” he pondered.
Mr. Ibrahim said it was in regards to time government takes the matter of the House “truly”.
“Today is seventh December and it was seventh December that Ghana went for decisions; Just inside one year and five priests of state, not by any means one, is before the House to answer questions. “Government business must be considered important and this is the House of parliament, this is the core of popular government, this is the reason seventh December Ghanaians went to line to vote,” he said.
Mr. Ibrahim included: “We can’t take this and we can’t trust this. Only one year, in the event that you can’t deal with the power offer it to us we are prepared”.
Second Deputy Speaker, Alban Bagbin who directed procedures Thursday said the five priests can’t “utilize one-sided fiat” not to show up before the House. He solicited the Business Committee from the House to reprogramme the five clergymen to seem to answer the different inquiries that have been inquired.
In the interim, dominant part pioneer Osei Keyi Mensah Bonsu said a portion of the initiative of the House is going to the burial service of the late Asantehemaa, which he said clarified why some of them were absent in the House Thursday.