Bagbin alerts MPs to stop from pulling shocks on him
Kingsford Sumana Bagbin has scolded the authority of the House to stop from pulling shocks on him.
His watchfulness comes after the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta showed up in Parliament and moved a movement for the House to consider on the dubious Electronic Transaction Levy (E-demand) Bill.
As indicated by the Speaker, he had no clue the Bill had been postponed for conversation on Tuesday, consequently, was stunned when it was moved.
“Whenever you continue to give amazements to the Speaker, the Speaker will likewise give you astonishes,” he cautioned.
Mr Bagbin added that the Minority in Parliament’s walkout was additionally surprising.
“The development of the movement was an astonishment and the walkout is another amazement,” he said.
The present circumstance, he said, “is now and then overpowering.”
While recognizing that the day (March 29) is President Akufo-Addo’s 78th birthday celebration, Speaker Bagbin said it’s anything but a reason for Members of Parliament to pull stunts on him.
“So today is the birthday of the President; it’s anything but an unexpected day. He needs to celebrate it before he comes to the House tomorrow, we trust his message is one to be praised,” he noted.