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NPP Members is an attack on Parliament, says the minority

The Minority in Parliament is discontent with the New Party (NPP) Officials for the U-Turn they made on the Money Priest Ken Ofori-Atta.

Minority Pioneer Haruna Iddrisu said their activity upsets parliamentary oversight on the elements of the leader arm of government.

His remarks come after head of the gathering of NPP Individuals from Parliament who prior took steps to blacklist the 2023 spending plan explanation assuming the Mr Ofori-Atta was the one doled out to introduce it, Kwame Andy Appiah Kubi said that the NPP initiative and the administration of the Greater part have addressed them not to victimize anybody who seems to introduce the financial plan including Mr Ofori-Atta.

Mr Appiah-Kubi who is additionally Administrator for Asanti-Akyim North said that they anticipate that their constituents should comprehend them when they follow the mandate by the initiative.

He told Alfred Ocansey on the Dawn show on 3FM Wednesday November 23 that "We have been told not to victimize anybody decided to introduce the spending plan, including ken Ofori-Atta. We anticipate that our constituents should figure out us. The mother party has spoken."

Mr Appiah-Kubi prior served notice that the bothered MPs won't be in Parliament to help the financial plan assuming Mr Ofori-Atta is the one to introduce the report.

The MPs accept that another face ought to supplant the Money Priest because of the ongoing monetary difficulties.

He let writers know that "We've returned to (our interest for the President to) sack him now and in this manner should the financial plan be introduced under the stamp of the Money Clergyman, we'll not take part in light of the fact that, taking everything into account we're never going to work with him.

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