Member of Parliament for Effutu Constituency, Afenyo-Markin has made a revelation earlier today on JoyNews programme dubbed NewsFile which has gotten a lot of people heavily reacting.
The Member of Parliament reveals that things are really tough in parliament whenever they are debating on issues. He revealed that the minority in parliament do not make things easy at all in parliament because they rained insults on the personality of Joseph Osei-Owusu popularly known as Joe Wise who was an acting speaker of parliament during the voting of the budget.
Afenyo-Markin again revealed that he sometimes fear for his life because whenever they (majority) debate with the minority (NDC MPs) they threatened to beat them.
“Sometimes I sit in the Chamber, and I fear for my life because the smallest thing we are debating then you [NDC MPs] threaten someone that I will beat you, I will beat you. Really, you should call them out,” he revealed on the programme.Check out some comments after he made this revelation on the TV programme;What do you think about this news? Let us know what you think in the comment section.
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