Amidst the withdrawal of Speaker Bagbin's military attachment brouhaha, the majority has raised another serious concern about the Speaker. In a recent press release, the majority caucus explained that they have observed for some time that the Speaker of Parliament always travels abroad without giving the President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo any prior notice. The majority caucus threw a bold question to the Speaker concerning these behavioral traits. "What is the import of this?".
This statement or release from the majority triggered massive blasting from Ghanaians. One Ghanaian questioned the majority if there was any law that boldly stated that the Speaker must seek permission from the President. Another Ghanaian also quizzed the majority caucus if they have not in their life sighted any of the letters from the office of the Speaker of Parliament pre-informing Ghanaians of his travels. Check out some other comments.
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