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Frank Annoh Dompreh, Chief Whip of the NPP caucus in Parliament, sent a clear indication to the NDC caucus that he is equally prepared for the showdown on who becomes the majority and minority
He responded to a post made for Builsa South by the National Democratic Congress Member of Parliament, posted on Facebook to inform the public that it is prepared to resist any NPP force to oust them from the Speaker’s right-hand side.
Clement Apaak wrote saying;
Folks, be assured that we are ready If on Friday, the NPP side tries to physically evict us from Mr. Speaker’s right-hand side, we will be ready. Very ready. Let no one be deluded. We expect this matter to be resolved by leading the way.
But Nsawam Adoagyir’s MP, Frank Dompreh, said his side of the House was optimistic and without a hesitation that their bid to retain Parliament’s majority status would be verified tomorrow, even if the initial statistics put both sides in a stuck place.
He expressed this trust after Andrew Asiamah Amoah, MP for Fomena and Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament, penned a note to the Speaker signaling his desire to formally meet with the NPP.
For the very first time, the Ghanaian Parliament was left hanging after seats in the House from the 2020 elections divided it into 137 seats for the NPP and the NDC each. There is one other independent candidate in the chamber, however.
Although Parliament Speaker Alban Sumana Kingsford Bagbin will officially announce who will sit on which side of the House tomorrow, January 15, 2021, there is an indication that this decision will be crucial in the choice of the Fomena MP.
He was speaking at Peace Fm’s Kokrokoo presentation,
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