Majority Leader: Bring Bribery Evidence Against MPs


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On his feet, Minority Leader, Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu, called on colleague MPs to be “circumspect” when making further comments on Mr. Bagbin’s allegations until investigations are concluded.

“It is important that we set our House in order, but we must be armed with the facts first. So, Mr. Speaker, restraint and circumspection are the words that I will proffer to my colleagues but certainly we are all determined to get to the bottom of this matter,” the Suame MP said.

Speaker Adjaho deferred “further comments” on the matter to allow Leadership of the House to advice Parliament “on the way forward”
The Speaker concluded, “I believe and I have full confidence in the Leadership of the House that they will pursue this matter and give us the necessary advice that will help this House redeem its dignity”.