Some members of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) descend heavily on North Tongu Member of Parliament Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa after he filed a resignation letter to the Parliament to resign from the parliament committee.
Some of the party members feel he has betrayed the party and this is not the right time he should do that but upon all their comment he didn't turn back. According to him, he has already taken his decision and the speaker of the parliament Alban Bagbin has approved.
In news today the former member of parliament for Tamale central Constituency Alhassan Fuseini Inusah of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) also has dropped another tough message to Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa.
Hon. Fuseni speaking in an interview with Adom FM news revealed he doesn’t agree with Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa decision he took by resigning from the Parliament committee. To him. He should return to his duties because they are painting NDC party black. And they are making what people believe that there is no unity in the party is coming true and it is time the leaders of the party should unite and think about the growth of the party.
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