The member of Parliament for Ada constituency, Honorable Comfort Doyoe Cudjoe-Ghansah has revealed that, the recent happenings in Parliament is just the beginning. She made it clear that, all Members of Parliament has a fighting partner in the Parliament house so Ghanaians should expert more fight.
"There will be more fight if the Majority does not change it's position on E-levy" she said.
"The women are 20 for both sides so everyone has chosen her fighting partner. It is not for anything that both majority and minority have 137 members. Everyone has a fighting partner" She added.
She made these revelations on Peace Fm.
This comes after the majority and the minority had a disagreement in the house leading to a fist fight. The ADA MP believes that, such fight will continue of the Majority still insist on the E-levy.
There have been some reactions on social media pertaining to what the woman said and below are some comments.
Ghanaians seem very unhappy with what the Honorable Member of Parliament said. They believe that, what she said is very childish. Others argued their point by saying that, Parliament house is a place of dignitaries and tgeure should be nothing like fights or war. Any breach of this shows that they don't deserve such name.
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