Ghanaians have openly lauded the member of parliament for Asawase constituency honourable Muntaka Muntala after his apology to the Supreme Court Judge after a huge allegations were levelled against these judges.
In a press release signed by him, he extensively made it known that he regrets and retracts his statement against the high judicial body of the country.
His apology statement has thrown the nation into a state reactions, as many believes it's not in the right direction, claiming what he did against the judges calls for immediate Ghanaians believe the minority Chief Whip in parliament has served it's purpose to both the National Democratic Congress [NDC] and his constituency at large.
He has been labeled as a true democrat and a worker of nation building hence deserves to be lauded.
Though many believe he deserve to face the long outstretched hands of the law, many also have it that he's just so astute to his cause and mandate.
Members of the largest opposition party National Democratic Congress has been on the praising side for the man in the heats of the ballot paper snatching Incident.
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