According to Honourable Stephen Amoah, the member of parliament for South Dayi constituency, Rockson-Nelson Dafeamekpor only became angry when the Deputy Majority Leader, Alex Afenyo-Markin was struggling to collect the picture of the Keta disaster of which he also helped in collecting it.
Honourable Stephen Amoah said, the reason why he stood beside Rockson-Nelson Dafeamekpor is because, Alex Afenyo-Markin told him to do so.
Honourable Stephen Amoah explained that, after he, together with Alex Afenyo-Markin collected the picture, Rockson-Nelson Dafeamekpor went to stand in the group of minority leaders.
Alex Afenyo-Markin told him to follow Dafeamekpor so that in case something should happen, they will know what to do and that made Hon. Stephen Amoah to stand beside him.
Honourable Stephen Amoah also said, Dafeamekpor was furious and told him to leave his side otherwise he will beat him.
According to Stephen Amoah, he also became angry and started exchanging words with Dafeamekpor but they didn't fight as other medias are saying they fought.
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