The member of Parliament for Effutu Constituency, Honrable Alexander Afenyo-Markin has sent a message to the minority members in Parliament.
Speaking in Parliament this afternoon, Afenyo-Markin revealed that the district assembly members and other party members of the NDC are staging against each minority person in Parliament.
He explained his point by saying that the minority have refused to visit their constituencies since the E-levy matter began in Parliament.
Afenyo believes that since the MPs have shown no interest in visiting their constituencies, then their people will eventually plan to change them during elections.
Afenyo-Markin is urging the minority to visit their constituency and see what is happening there than staying in Accra all the time. He also continued by saying that some minority members want to travel outside to receive medical treatment but due to this E-levy brouhaha in Parliament, they have refused to go.
He is therefore urging them to do the needful in order to avoid any future regrets.
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