The Minority Leader of Parliament, Haruna Iddrisu joined Bernard Avle, Host of Point of View, Citi TV on the 29th of September. Ghanaians expected a lot of answers from him as his reputation as a leader was at stake. One of his "accusers" in the person of American Based journalist, Kelvin Taylor, told his viewers to all watch how Haruna Iddrisu was about to disgrace himself on the show.
Haruna Iddrisu intelligently answered all the questions raised by Bernard Avle. At certain points of the interview, the two clashed on some issues; nobody was willing to accept that they are wrong. After Bernard Avle was done with his questions, he reserved 10 minutes of the time for his viewers to send him questions so that the Honorable Member answer. One such controversial question was that would he challenge Mahama in the upcoming 2022 primaries of the NDC or would he one day stand for President. This was his response.
"This is a figment of Ghanaians' imagination. I do not intend to respond to that. But I am young enough to wait for God's opportunity tomorrow. And I am not in a haste in any way.", Haruna Iddrisu answered.
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