The new deputy speaker of parliament raised an alarm asking if the parliament was served with any letter following Assin North Member of Parliament James Quayson injunction placed by the Cape coast circuit court and the answer was yes the clerk confirmed meaning he can't swear in as a new member of parliament.
After the investigation about Assin North MP-elect James Quayson, everything shows vividly he failed to renounce his Canadian citizen when he filed for the contest for the Parliamentary position and the clerk at the Parliament who act as a speaker continue the respondent can't be sworn in following the injunction placed by Cape Coast Circuit Court.
The clerk stated; “I was duly served, and I am therefore incapable to comprehend James Quayson as MP-elect for the election of Speaker. I will therefore accordingly proceed in the code of this election”, the Clerk stated during the inauguration of the 8th Parliament."
This has led many Ghanaians to react massively about why they waited for his swearing-in before they placed an injunction on the MP-elect for Assin North
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