The convener and leader of fix the country movement, Ernesto Yeboah has stated that the minority in the august house of parliament has stabbed them at the back after allowing NPP to approve the 2022 budget statement.
According to him speaking in a video trending across the country stated that the NDC have cut a deal with NPP to pass the 2022 budget and stated that he is very angry at what happened in parliament.
Ernesto Yeboah told the media that what happened in approving the budget is a plan thing and NDC MPs are aware of it after hearing Hon. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa saying that, the minority couldn't sit yesterday to approve the budget because they were strategic in dealing with the budget. He said he is disappointed in the NDC MPs for betraying Ghanaians.
Meanwhile a lot of people are saying that the minority leader, Hon Haruna Iddrisu and his team are very determined but NPP used force means to accept the budget and commend them for how they have conducted themselves in parliament since the approval of the budget by majority in parliament.
Watch the video trending below.
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