K.T. Hammond, the MP chairing of the committee hearing the deserves of the censure motion against the minister, has criticized reports suggesting the minister’s attorney, gabby Otchere-Darko, was feeding him data once the Minority appeared before the committee.
In his gap remarks throughout the hearing on Thursday, Mr. Hammond said: “I am capable of freelance thinking and intelligent articulation of my independent views.”
A section of the published was understood by some viewers to own mister. Otchere-Darko attempting to prompt somebody to see their phone.
Some social media users felt the attorney was communicating with the chair of the committee.
He singled out GhanaWeb for having advised that mister. Otchere-Darko was communicating with mister. Hammond to see his phone for a few data.
The GhanaWeb story had the headline “Gabby ‘caught signaling’ to K.T. Hammond at Ofori-Atta vote of censure hearing.
“For someone to own thought that someone was within the public gallery was in an exceedingly position to influence my questioning and my thinking on the day is atrocious and unfair. it's superior and insulting to my intelligence.”
Mr. Hammond same he had placed his phone off at the start of the hearing, however solely switched it on to see some data he had received earlier in Nov.
“I had been, on the sixth of Nov, sent a message from America explaining that there had been a bond attracting the problems I had raised on it day. It struck Maine that was there, and that I wished to bring it up for my colleagues to debate,” he explained.
“You do Maine outrageous injustice. I need an associate apology from you,” Mr. Hammond same concerning the GhanaWeb story.
GhanaWeb has since announced an associate apology on top of the sooner story.
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