Home Politics KENNEDY AGYAPONG IN TROUBLE …For Insulting Parliament


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The Assin Central Member of Parliament, Kennedy Agyapong, has been dragged before the Privileges Committee of Parliament for calling the Legislature as useless.

The Minority caucus describe the attitude as one which is unbecoming of the controversial MP, saying his comment in the media repeatedly brings the name of Parliament into disrepute.

Chief Whip, Muntaka Mubarack says the Minority now has evidence that Mr Agyapong called Parliament ‘useless’ and he will push for him to be dragged before the Privileges Committee.

“He said on his own network and called Parliament foolish, in Twi [Akan]. We can’t sit and allow a Member of Parliament to do that.

“He has crossed the line, I am going to raise it, he must be referred to the privileges and he must be brought to book,” Mr Mubarak added in an earlier interview with Joy News’ Joseph Opoku Gapko.

Joseph, however, reports that the MP has moved a motion for his colleague to be dragged before the Privileges Committee, Wednesday afternoon.

He moved the motion for “Our honourable colleague to be referred to be the Committee on the basis of his conduct and utterances against this house, the Majority leader and against many well-meaning Ghanaians.”

His motion was backed by MP for Tamale Central, Inusah Fuseini who said Mr Agyapong cannot be allowed to continue with his unspeakable attitude.

“To say that this is a foolish parliament including you, Mr Speaker, is to say that the people who have elected us are foolish people and I don’t think the people who elected Kennedy Agyapong are foolish people.”

Majority Chief Whip, Ameyaw Kyeremeh supported the motion.

He said it was necessary for the Privileges Committee to delve into the matter to establish the truth or otherwise of the allegation.

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