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I had V8 before going to parliament: Achiase MP brags & exposes parliament on Car Loan Saga

With critical and brilliant interview sessions, we can gradually expose our politicians in a grand-style.

Almost all the parliamentarians seem to be so innocent about the emoluments to First and Second Ladies in relation to Article 71 of the 1992 constitution of Ghana.

It was so surprising how they voted so strongly for the implementation of such policy. Lucky enough, some of the beneficiaries (Rebecca Naa Okaikor Akufo-Addo and Samira Bawumia) have declared their decision against it.

In the minds of Ghanaians, "our parliamentarians do not have the country at heart; all they think about is their selfish interest and personal aggrandizement."

Meanwhile, Member of Parliament for Achiase Constituency, Hon. Kofi Ahenkorah Marfo, has dropped a fresh detail about the Car Loans for MPs and Council of State Members.

According to him, chapter 7 of the report presented by the Committee appointed by the government to give recommendations on Article 71, comprehensively captured the Emoluments to be given to all Government officials including First and Second Ladies.

This means that all this while most MPs have been deceiving Ghanaians, pretending they know nothing about that report.

They are very much aware of all the entitlements, privileges, facilities and other benefits detailed by the committee. To them, it is no news the Government is securing loans for them to buy their luxurious cars.

This is what some may term as "hypocritical attitude".

There may be other benefits yet to be unfolded and received by them so Ghanaians must watch out, and expect more details on this very development.

Hon. Kofi Ahenkorah Marfo further revealed that as for him, he had his own V8 before going to parliament. This means that he does not need the car loan tabled by the government.

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