Individuals from the Minority Caucus in Parliament are feeling the squeeze to cast a ballot against President Nana Akufo-Addo clerical candidates, Nii Kpakpo Samoa Addo, a legal advisor of the fundamental resistance National Democratic Congress (NDC) has said.
“The MPs address voting public and the constituents and the grassroots individuals and the bad-to-the-bone NDC resistance individuals likewise have their complaints in the last political race and, in this way, the MPs of the NDC are under a ton of pressing factor.”
“You can even see some hashtags that are calling for mass dismissal of the relative multitude of chosen people”, Mr Samoa Addo revealed to Eugene Bawelle on Class91.3FM’s present undertakings program ‘The Watchdog’ on Saturday, 27 February 2021.
“In the event that you’ve seen via web-based media, there are moving calls and, thus, I can disclose to you that they are feeling the squeeze”, he brought up.
In his view, while the expressions of remorse delivered by a portion of the re-selected pastors assign could mellow the hearts of the NDC MPs to approve of them, the haughtiness and nerve showed by others, for example, Agriculture Minister-assign Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto, will be to his drawback.
The Appointments Committee of Parliament has confirmed around 30 candidates up until this point.
Account Minister-assign Ken Ofori-Atta has had his screening deferred by half a month inferable from infirmity.
He is charged to confront the council on 8 March 2021