NPP will match NDC boot for boot - Annoh Dompreh speaks over majority seats in Parliament

The Member of Parliament for Nsawam Adoagyiri, Frank Annoh, has served notice that the New Patriotic Party (NPP) will use "any means legitimate" to fend off any attempts by the National Democratic Congress (NDC) members to occupy the Majority seats.

Frank Annoh Dompreh

Both the NDC and the NPP are claiming to have the majority even though both have 137 seats each.

According to him, the NPP caucus will no longer sit down for the NDC to take them for granted.

The NDC MPs occupied seats on the majority side in parliament ahead of the dissolution of the 7th parliament on January 6, 2020, where the NDC MPs were seen taking the names of the NPP MPs, who initially occupied that side, off the desks.

But speaking on Accra-based Peace FM, Annoh Dompreh said the NPP members are not going to be as docile as to be bullied by the NDC MPs again.

He said "We're expecting that there will be an understanding between the two sides; the majority should go to the majority side and the minority to their side; otherwise as a chief whip, I won't sit down for them (NDC) to step on us…if there's still no understanding, we will advise ourselves."


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