Alhassan Suhuniyi, member of parliament for Tamale North, has described the motion to haul NDC Communications Officer Sammy Gyamfi before the House as an attempt by the Majority party to equalize. Assin Central MP, Kennedy Agyapong was referred to the Privileges Committee after he moved a motion on the matter. Habib Iddrisu, the Second Deputy Majority Whip, moved on the floor yesterday to bring Mr. Gyamfi before the House.
"I wish to bring to the attention of the house the comments made by Mr. Sammy Gyamfi. In this particular case, they desecrated the leadership of the party and betrayed the collective good in favor of their selfish interests, and we should not allow them to succeed. Therefore, Mr. Speaker, it is an attack on the Speakership and the leadership of this house under order 27. Therefore, I am moving to refer this matter to the Committee of Privileges,” he said.
Alhassan Suhuyini, MP for Tamale North, says the motion is just an attempt by the majority to equalize.
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