The Ford vehicle gift to the President by a Burkinabe contractor came to light following an investigative piece
He said his side will resist any attempt by the NPP to raise the issue on the floor of Parliament.
“I will say without any reservation at all that if that issue should be raised in Parliament, we on our side we shall resist with all the forces at our disposal,” he stated.
The Ford vehicle gift to the President by a Burkinabe contractor came to light following an investigative piece by Manessah Azure.
Following the reportage, a government statement indicated that the President had received the vehicle as a gift.
The statement, signed by the Minister of Communications, Dr Omane Boamah, stated that the vehicle had since been added to the pool of vehicles at the Presidency.
The Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) has initiated investigations into the matter following petitions by some Ghanaians.
The Majority Leader, Mr Alban Bagbin, made it clear in the House that the Majority in Parliament was ready for a debate on the issue any day.
However, Members of Parliament (MPs) have been recalled for a sitting on September 1, 2016 to consider a motion on the Ford vehicle gift.