The Parliament of the Republic of Ghana has rejected the 2022 budget presented by the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta. In doing so, 137 Minority MPs voted against the budget after the Majority side staged a walk out after failing to get the NDC General Secretary of the opposition NDC, Johnson Asiedu Nketiah out of the Parliamentary Gallery. Indeed, the majority were not happy about the presence of the NDC Secretary since it happens in the country.
Assin Central Member of Parliament Kennedy Agyapong who has been outside the country for some time now arrived in Parliament to partake in the crucial vote on the 2022 budget. It was surprising because there have been rumours all over the country that the member of parliament was not in good health and was even suffering from a mild stroke.
What will make someone who is allegedly not physically well move from abroad to come and participate in the voting on the 2022 budget. let me know your thoughts in the comment box below.
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