The host of The Seat Show on Net 2 TV, Kweku Anan, has sent a bold message to the leadership of the Minority Caucus and the Speaker of Parliament, Alban Sumana Kingsford Bagbin, concerning the passage of the e-levy bill. Whiles reacting to how some politicians particularly from the NPP, are sharing the state's resources and lands, Kweku Anan declared boldly that the NDC MPs are doing worse things behind the scenes.
Kweku Anan predicted that a big fight is about to happen in Parliament because of what some NDC MPs and Speaker Alban Bagbin did behind the scenes for the e-levy to be passed. Kweku Anan called on the leadership of the minority caucus in Parliament and Speaker Bagbin to quickly confess to the NDC members and Former President Mahama how they took some huge monies from the government. Kweku Anan explained that he never wanted to bring Mahama into that but with the way things are going, provided Mahama does not know about the bribe, the minority caucus must speak the truth otherwise he will be forced to expose them.
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