Parliament’s sitting on Friday was anything but usual.
On a regular day, it is the Majority and Minority members who make the news for one drama or another but things took an interesting turn when members of the Freedom Fighters League went to witness proceedings.
Members of the League are protesting a proposal by the Parliamentary Services Board to construct a new chamber for the House.
The three – Ernesto Kofi Yeboah, Abeiku Adams and a third who is yet to be identified – started chanting after NPP MP for Asokwa constituency in the Ashanti region, K.T Hammond justified the controversial plan insisting ‘MPs cannot sit under trees’.
His comment stirred the protesters seated in the public gallery who then began chanting “drop that chamber”.
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