The host of the Good Morning Ghana show on Metro TV, Randy Abbey threw a bold question to the managing director of the State Transport Company, Nana Akomea. This question from him was in reaction to how the majority caucus in this fourth republic has conspired with the government in power or executive to make sure that the oversight role of parliament on government business becomes a failure. One classic example was the one put across John Jinapor. He explained that the committee he is on has filed close to eight motions which in one way or the other will make this government accountable. John Jinapor revealed however that the Majority leader has refused to table the motion since it will not be in favor of his government. It was for that reason that Randy Abbey asked Nana Akome this bold question.
"Do people think that they will be in power forever? Or do they ever think that they will be out of power one day?", Randy Abbey asked.
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