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Mps are being irritated by the government, according to a minority group.

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This is according to a minority group

The Minority in Parliament has accused President Akufo-Addo and his cabinet of obstructing Members of Parliament’s jobs and the country’s growth on purpose. According to NDC MPs, the President’s reluctance to bring significant bills to the House for consideration, as well as the formation of boards of statutory organizations, is purposeful conduct aimed at sabotaging the country’s prosperity.

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According to Ahmed Ibrahim, the First Deputy Minority Whip, the President’s and his government’s behavior is a clear indicator of inadequate governance, according to Adom News. “Prior to the return of parliament from break, the Majority Leader [Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu] stated that they would be introducing a number of measures to be enacted. So we came here with the aim of passing laws, but now that we’re in the third week, none of them are ready for Parliament to consider.

 

“Can you tell me where the bills are?” What is the cabinet’s current status? Why hasn’t the cabinet authorized this legislation so that we may work on it in the House? ” He was interrogated.

The Banda MP went on to say that delaying the formation of statutory organizations will encourage corruption.

“We are in the sixth month, and the Akufo-Addo administration is hesitant and unwilling to constitute the boards of cooperation, agencies, and departments. These provide checks and balances, and without them, corruption is inevitable, “he warned. In a stinging rejoinder, Sylvester Tetteh, MP for Bortianor-Ngleshie Amanfro, refuted Ahmed’s accusations that delaying the formation of important boards will lead to corruption. He further stated that the President is in the process of creating his administration.

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