E-demand: Sick MP ‘wheeled’ to ParliamentWalk

E-demand: Sick MP ‘wheeled’ to Parliament
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Individual from Parliament for Ahanta West Constituency, Ebenezer Kojo Kum
Individual from Parliament for Ahanta West Constituency, Ebenezer Kojo Kum
Individual from Parliament (MP) for Sekondi supporters, Andrew Egyapa Mercer, says nothing bad can really be said about having his Ahanta West associate, Ebenezer Kojo Kum, in the House to lead parliamentary business.

Mr Kum is accounted for to have experienced a stroke, subsequently, was hospitalized.

Notwithstanding, he was wheeled to Parliament on Tuesday to take an interest in procedures for the section of the E-demand Bill.

This became vital on the grounds that Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta got back to Parliament to push for the section of the Electronic Transactions (E-Levy) Bill.

The two sides of the House have revitalized their numbers to guarantee that they push forward their inclinations.

Subsequently, Mr Kum’s presence was essential in tying down the votes to support or reject the E-Levy.

Yet, Ghanaians have proactively portrayed the advancement as uncaring toward the 54-year-old lawmaker’s problem.

Responding to this, the Sekondi MP let JoyNews know that however he knows nothing about Mr Kum’s presence in the House, it wouldn’t be awkward.

He made sense of that “not the initial time has occurred.”

“Like I said, I’m not mindful on the off chance that he will take an interest yet assuming he has to, that is by and large the thing will occur,” he said on Tuesday.

“We are in the same place as us and we really want to do what we need to do,” he told Kwesi Parker-Wilson.

As indicated by him, the MP has been released and “that in itself exhibits some recuperation on his part.”

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