The NPP MP-elect for Hohoe, John Peter Amewu, ruffled some feathers when he confronted NDC MPs who are sitting on the Majority side of Parliament.
This is one of the dramas that took place before the commencement of the dissolution of the 7th parliament and inauguration of the 8th parliament of Ghana’s 4th Republic.
Tomorrow 7th January 2021 is the inauguration of the president-elect, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and as at now, 13 Africa presidents (including leaders) have been revealed as attendees for the event tomorrow.
The inauguration Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo will take place in the precinct of Parliament.
New development surrounding some of the confusions that set in among the elected members of parliament was when NPP MP-elect for Hohoe, John Peter Amewu’s actions to ask the NDC MPs to move to their seat was received as an offended comment from him.
From pictures sighted by Thedisti.com on Citi FM’s Facebook page, after John Peter Amewu’s confrontation, the NDC MPs seemed angry at him for telling them what they should do and shouldn’t do.
Below are the pictures:
Aside NPP MP-elect for Hohoe, John Peter Amewu egtting the NDC MPs angry, Thedistin.com have reported of three major dramas that happened between NPP MPs and NDC MPs.
First was when the NDC MPs arrived at parliament earlier and occupied the majority seat leaving the minority seats for the NPP.
At the dissolution of the 7th parliament and inauguration of the 8th parliament of Ghana’s 4th Republic, the NDC crowned themselves as the majority members of parliament and were seated on the right hand side of Mr Speaker and left the left hand side of Mr Speaker for the NPP MPs
Also, NPP MP for Adansi Asokwa, K.T Hammond caused a stir in Parliament a little earlier when he arrived.
Having been rumoured to be out of the country, K.T Hammond stepped into the House and demanded that the NDC MPs vacate the Majority side of Parliament.
He was eventually ushered away by the NDC MP for Pru East, Kwabena Donkor
The confusion became very intense as it almost turned into a fight that saw MP for Ablekuma West, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, who ended up on the floor as NPP and NDC MPs argued over who should be allowed to sit on the majority side of Parliamen
As to whether she was pushed down by her colleague MPs, Thedistin.com is yet to be told.