Parliament has reprimanded Assin Central Member of Parliament, Kennedy Agyapong, requesting that the NPP torch ‘go and sin no more’ for depicting the house as modest.
The activity pursued proposals of the benefits advisory group of Parliament for Mr. Agyapong to either be suspended or criticized in the wake of discovering him liable after a movement recorded by Asawase MP Muntaka Mubarak.
The disputable and warmed trades that went with the report introduced by Chairman for the advisory group Joseph Osei-Owusu constrained speaker to suspend sitting for over an hour after the dominant part individuals had cast a ballot to dismiss the whole report.
Addressing Starr News amid the break lead Counsel for Kennedy Agyapong, KT Hammond said the report was brimming with deceptions consequently the choice for the dismissal.
This position was, be that as it may, dismissed by Majority Leader Osei Kyei Mensah-Bonsu who contended the situation of the dominant part will change after the break.
After the break, consistent with the expression of the dominant part pioneer the situation of his individuals changed the clearing path for the answer to be received.
Mr. Agyapong, therefore, apologized when he was allowed the chance to talk yet not without some dramatization. He dismissed a few parts of the board of trustees’ report while clarifying the conditions under which he utilized words esteemed as insulting Parliament.
Endeavors by agent Minority pioneer James Klutse Avedzi to remove another conciliatory sentiment demonstrated purposeless as Majority Leader Osei Kyei Mensah-Bonsu contended the first which the NDC MPs considered contingent was sufficient.
The Speaker, Mike Oquaye along these lines ruled for Mr. Agyapong to go and sin no more.
Addressing the media after the procedures Minority whip and the complainant Muntaka Mubarak communicated his failure in the way and way the issue was taken care of belligerence it’s not hindrance enough.