The individuals from the house in the full glares of cameras toss punches at one another over the minority’s endeavor to stop the speaker’s seat in dissent of the protest speaker, First Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Joseph Osei Owusu’s choice to have himself included in a division on whether or not to take on a testament of criticalness for the proposed E-demand.
The house had taken on division, an interaction where individuals from both side leave the chamber and return in a steady progression for a head count. Nonetheless, preceding the head count, Mr. Joe Osei Owusu , tenderly called Joe Wise, had shown he will join the course of division to be counted. At the same time, the Second Deputy Speaker will sit in his stead as well as the other way around when it is the turn of the Minority to be counted. The choice was in any case, protested by the Minority.
The head count had begun and in excess of 30 individuals on the Majority side had been counted when the cycle was blocked by the Minority to keep Joe Wise from siting on the Speaker’s seat later he had been counted and that was what incited the battle. The Minority endeavored to grab the Speaker’s seat something the Majority wouldn’t permit.
GhanaPlus.com located among others, Minister of Youth and Sport, Mustapha Yussif, Member of Parliament for the Odododiodoo, Nii Lante Vanderpuye tossing blows at one another around the speaker’s seat while others like Anyaa Sowutum, Dr. Dickson Adomako Kisi and host of others quiet down tempers and ensure the speaker’s seat simultaneously from being grabbed away.
Fault first and Second Speaker to the present fight in Parliament – Nii Vanderpuye Addressing JoyNews’ PM Express, the Member of Parliament for Odododiodoo Constituency, Nii Lante Vanderpuye said the First and Second Deputy Speakers ought to be fault for the turn of events.
He said any of the speakers looses its vote while managing and that they will guarantee any day without even a trace of the speaker. Sitting has since been deferred till Tuesday, December 22 at 9am.
Fights in Ghana’s authoritative House
This isn’t the initial time the Members of Parliament have occupied with such humiliating behavior in the house. It very well may be reviewed only couple of weeks prior, same occurred as the Minority again endeavored to grabbed the speaker’s seat over a choice by Joe Wise to count himself during a democratic interaction. It could likewise be reviewed, the house on January 7, 2021 misconducted themselves during the appointment of the Speaker, Alban Kingsford Sumana Bagbin.
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