Documents that have recently been spotted online shows the minority leader of parliament, Haruna Iddrisu gathering signatures to move a motion of no confidence in the Finance Minister, Mr. Ken Ofori-Atta.
Since the former president John Mahama made a call for his removal, there have been growing calls from various sections of the public including renowned members of his own NPP.
Per Article 82 of the constitution, signatures of a third of the members of parliament are required to move the motion to censor any minister but it will need two-third vote from all parliamentarians to pass. Below is a list of minority members who have so far appended their signatures to the motion.
This is an attempt to show their displeasure in the works of the finance minister and to fight for a better future for Ghana.
Below is the documents and the number of parliamentarians that have since signed their signatures.
Source : TheBigQuestion
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