I used physical self control to curb obnoxious Akandoh – Ursula justifies sitting on laps

Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, the Minister-candidate for Communication and Digitization has shielded sitting on Kwabena Mintah Akandoh’s lap on the seventh of January in the office of Parliament.

During the appointment of a Speaker for the eighth Parliament, MPs differ over guest plans, making turmoil.

Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, who at the time was involving a seat implied for Collins Dauda, needed to go to the washroom momentarily. At the point when she restored, the seat had been involved by the NDC MP for Juaboso, who would not abandon the seat.

Kwabena Mintah Akandoh’s refusal left Ursula Owusu-Ekuful with no other alternative than to sit on her associate’s lap despite the fact that there was an empty seat behind the team.

At that point, all her NPP partners had moved to one side of the Speaker and were encouraging Ursula Owusu-Ekuful to go along with them yet she didn’t move.

At the Appointments Committee on Monday, when she was inquired as to whether she would apologize for that demonstration, Owusu-Ekuful clarified “After all the energy of that day, I would not like to be involved with something like this. In any case, I expected to plunk down. Thus, I sat in the seat that I was involving before I went to the washroom, which he turned out to be perched on. At the point when I plunked down (on him), he got attempting to shake me going and was moving to and fro before he immediately understood that it would have unintended outcomes that would not be beneficial for him.

“Thus, he immediately halted and froze. Furthermore, by then, I chose to control him from making any further harm himself.”

The MP cum candidate for Communication and Digitization clarified further: “I exercised physical self control to quell him. Along these lines, it was a physical restraint to stifle an obnoxious grown-up.”

She expressed further: “In any event, when there are seats free, the men of honor get up to offer their seats to women who might not grab a chair in the house. They don’t leave the seat that they are perched on to come and possess the seat that the woman is perched on.”

Ursula Owusu-Ekuful noticed that Kwabena Mintah Akandoh whose seat was unfilled was “wanting to incite an occurrence” by his activities.

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