Talking to Link Online Gh, The Founder and Leader of Progtogha Foundation Ghana Mr. Nelson A. Sellasi popularly known as “Ghana Man” From his patriot point of view he says,
“I see no reason why the minority should boycott such a National assignment, that was one of the reasons why they were elected to the house.
I will like to know if the MPs sought permission from the ordinary citizens who elected them into parliament on their behalf before boycotting the house?
What account will they give about yesterday’s sittings to the people they are representing?
Isn’t it a disrespect to Article 67 of the 1992 Constitution of Ghana?
How patriotic is their decision?”
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