The former running mate of the National Democratic Congress Presidential candidate, Jane Naana Opoku Agyeman, has reacted to the recent brawl in the last but one parliamentary proceeding that saw to the injuring of the Sports Minister. In an exclusive interview with Sena Nombo, Jane Naana Opoku Agyeman stated that the people advising the majority leadership in Parliament are not helping the party.
"It is rather unfortunate and we should not get to that level. Who is helping them? What is a hung parliament? What do we understand by that? What strategies must we take to offset any problem", she explained.
She stated that she never dreamt that parliament will get to the extent of resorting to fights and punches. She explained that what the majority caucus is currently doing is exactly what they did to manipulate both presidential and parliamentary elections. She called on the government to open up on their problem and seek advice. According to her, it is very difficult to understand how this government on one day praise itself for a robust economy and later beg for the implementation of an e-levy bill.
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