Sammy Gyamfi and Kweku Baako joined Randy Abbey on Good Morning Ghana, Metro TV today. Deliberating on the responses of Ken Ofori Atta yesterday, Kweku Baako explained that if the NDC MP's disagreed with the ruling of the speaker, then they should challenge the Speaker in Parliament.
"I understand the resilience of the Minority in Parliament. The Speaker made some rulings. The should challenge the Speaker's rulings. Move a substantive motion in Parliament challenging it if you think it is indeed unlawful.", Kweku Baako.
Interrupting Kweku Baako, Sammy Gyamfi demanded that Kweku Baako explained to him why he (Kweku Baako) has always been placing the burden on the NDC. Sammy Gyamfi explained that Kweku Baako always tell the NDC to go to court or challenge. He asked Baako when he will tell Nana Addo the same thing. He concluded that when it comes to Nana Addo, Kweku Baako becomes very silent.
"Why are you always putting the burden on us? Randy allow me. Why is he always putting the burden on us. Always telling us to challenge it, go to court and others. What about President Akuffo Addo? Doesn't he have a duty to the people of this country? I want you to do it. When it comes to Nana Addo, you cannot talk about him?", Sammy Gyamfi explained.
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