Sam George remains one of the most vocal members of parliament at the moment. Standing for the truth seems to be one of his major goals and this was made clear to Ghanaians since his victory in 2020.
Parliament has resumed work and members of parliament are spreading their sheets here and there trying to make solid points that will sound sane to the speaker.
The onset of the parliamentary sitting begun with a banter on the contemplation on whether or not the E-levy should be accepted.
Aside this, the speaker of parliament who was dressed in African or traditional clothing had new rules to give out.
Speaking about ensuring the safety of the parliamentarians who he presides over, he revealed that there must be some new changes.
One of this included the fact that all parliamentarians needed to be vaccinated before entering parliament. This strict rules give to the parliamentarians have been acceded by Sam George.
Sam George thinks this is one of the best decisons made in the first sitting in parliament.
After declaring that he has personally gone for his boost, he applauded the speaker for making such a solid demand.
There are different phases in the covid and different variants coming up all the time. However, people remain adamant to the fact that they either need to vaccinate or be careful.
This is resulted in the rise in the covid cases and the speaker seems very concerned about it.
Also, with the covid imposing more harm to people of certain age, it is important that the people in the parliament house are protected from the virus.
The reason for the validation of the vaccine and boosts is not to oppress the people in parliament but rather protect them from the dangers of covid.
The comment from Sam George however confirms his interest in the decision made.
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