The editor in chief for new crusading guide news paper, Abdul Malik Kwaku Baako Jnr has stated that happening in parliament is not exciting and the minority employed bad strategy which left to approving of the 2022 budget statement by majority in parliament.
He stated that since January 6th this year, the happenings in parliament is unacceptable and condemned both NDC and NPP members of parliament for indulging into disagreement in parliament when speaking on News file today, 4th December, 2021 on joy news.
Kwaku Baako Jnr told the public that the majority behavior in parliament over week is unacceptable and it is shameful to see such thing happening from them. He stated that if the majority could have had the numbers in parliament, they will not walk out and accused Asiedu Nketia for staying in the gallery.
To him, Asiedu Nketia sitting in the gallery does not have any consequences on what is going on in the chamber and said majority MPs intentionally used Asiedu Nketia to escape from approving the budget. Kwaku Baako Jnr said if the voting could have come from both majority and minority MPs, the minority will win because the majority luck the numbers when Alban Bagbin was presiding.
The veteran journalist stated on the show that the minority employed bad strategy because they could have not left the NPP MPs alone to approve the budget which is a bad strategy they have employed although they are doing something good on other hand.
He advised that as time goes on such happenings in the August House of Parliament must stop because the public is learning from the parliamentarians who represents them in parliament.
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