He Took Me To Cleaners After I Said It Last Year. See Everything Happening Today - Sam George
By Building_house | self meida writer
Published 18 days ago - 4505 views
The member of parliament of Ningo Prampram Constituency, Hon Sam George has gone wild on the former speaker of parliament, Professor Mike Oquaye for not heeding to his suggestion of the future
According to Sam George, almost a year ago he took his time off his busy schedule to officially write a letter to the speaker, Prof Mike Oquaye to suspend sittings of the house and invest in e-parliament system. This was a vision of the future he foresaw about the surge of the Corona virus.
Taking to his Facebook page to share his ordeal, Sam George revealed that the Speaker of parliament took him to the cleaners in his closing speech.
Now here we are, we have found ourselves with no choice but to adopt the system I suggested.
Sam George said after he was dragged to the cleaners,he could not complain but leave everything for the future to judge and today, time has been his favourable judge to judge his position.
He advised that, institutions must learn to work hard and evolve with changing times.
"Almost a year after writing to former Speaker, Mike Ocquaye to suspend sittings of the House and invest in an e-Parliament system, we are finally here. He took me to the cleaners in his closing speech.
Time has been a favourable judge of my position. Our institutions MUST learn to work and evolve with changing times." He wrote
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