Hon Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu, the Majority Leader of Parliament have descended heavily on the black sheep among the incumbent New Patriotic Party NPP who silently voted for the Alban Bagbin from the opposition National Democratic Congress NDC to be elected as the speaker of the 8th Parliament in the country.
However, Mr Paul Yandoh, the Asokwa Constituency Treasurer of the NPP according to reports happens to let out this juicy information.
Mr Paul Yandoh speaking in an interview on Wontuni TV indicated that the information about the NPP Member of Parliament who voted for Alban Begin to become the Speaker of Parliament was revealed when he and some other NPP members paid a visit to the Majority leader during the Christmas period.
According to him, the Majority Leader of the incumbent New Patriotic Party NPP told them that, they have managed to fish out the Mew Patriotic Party Member of Parliament who secretly voted for Alban Bagbin to be elected as the Speaker of Parliament in the country.
Furthermore, he slammed the 8th Parliament further describing it as one that is found of fighting consistently and for that matter has gained notoriety in the country.
The announcement of the government plans to impose levy on all Electronic Transactions on Mobile phones merchant transactions inward remittances etc have ignited a lot of commotion accompanying a lot of takes in the Parliament house among the different sides of the House in the country.
The Minority who are strongly against the E-Levy and has promised to reject this levy in Parliament for the good of Ghanaians has, therefore, stressed the Majority Caucus in Parliament for achieving their goal as members to ensure that the levy is passed and approved in the House for government agenda in the country.
The Speaker of Parliament on the other hand some time ago has announced his intention to serve his country as the Speaker for the interest of Ghanaians as a whole and not also to frustrate the business of government.
The Majority Leader is also noted to jabbed the Speaker of Parliament as one who is overly proud of himself as the Speaker further revealing that he was unanimously voted for by Members of Parliament after the snatching away of the ballot box.