Today, the First Deputy Speaker, Honorable Joseph Osei Owusu, who doubles as the Member of Parliament for the Bekwai constituency, stormed Parliament in the Black Star jersey. This was to show his support for the team. Reacting to this, a social media activist, Benjamin Wayo Mahama, laughed at that picture.
He used that picture as a perfect example to explain the deputy speaking voting right brouhaha. He referred to the deputy speaker as a player referee of Ghana's parliament. Benjamin further stated that he was wondering about the feeling of the deputy Speaker when he sees the referee of today's match between Ghana and Nigeria, joining the Nigerian team in a last-minute corner kick against Nigeria.
This was an exact representation of the points of the National Democratic Congress caucus in Parliament and the Former President John Dramani Mahama made in reaction to the rulings of the Supreme Court.
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