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I regret the way I spoke to Kan Dapaah over the 2022 budget brouhaha- Kwesi Pratt confesses

The events that have characterized the 2022 budget are still dominating discussions in the traditional media and on social media platforms. As the two caucuses have failed to reach a consensus, Ghanaians are very worried about the chaotic nature proceedings in the house sometimes turn out to be.

Reacting to what happened in Parliament yesterday ( December 1) when Parliamentary proceedings got a bit out of hand, Kwesi Pratt Junior, the managing editor of the Insight Newspaper has said he regretted the way he spoke to the Minister of National Security, Albert Kan Dapaah when he called him over what was happening in Parliament. Kwesi Pratt Junior, who was speaking on the Good Morning Africa Show on Pan Africa TV ( today, December 2), disclosed that he was disgusted, worried, and frightened by the future of the country as he was following what transpired in Parliament yesterday. It is in the process of reacting to this that he spoke to the Minister of National Security in a manner that he has now regretted.

"...Yesterday, I was so worried that I picked my phone and called the Minister for National Security, and I said my friend where are you? And he says I am in Parliament. And I said you are sitting down as a Minister for National Security and this thing is going on? Are you not worried? .... To tell you the truth, later I regretted it. This is my very good friend, somebody I respect a lot. After talking to him that way, then I said but why did I talk to him that way? He said.

Meanwhile, Kwesi Pratt Junior, maintained that he spoke to Albert Kan Dapaah that way because of the threat he saw of what was happening in Parliament. To him, the democracy of the country was on the verge of collapsing based on what was going on in Parliament yesterday.

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