May 17, 2018

Member of Parliament for Adaklu, Kwame Agbodza had expressed his disappointment on Tuesday the 15th of May 2018 first say of the Second meeting of the second session of the seventh Parliament of the fourth Republic.

He drew the Houses attention to late start of proceedings in the House in the last meeting and expecting that the trend would change.

In an interview with he said there could not be any excuse as to why the House cannot start on time and further pointed out that he hopes there is a very good reason why the House did not start proceedings on time, but would still insist that MPs come to work on time and work on behalf of the people of this country.

He noted that Parliament at the beginning of every meeting does virtually, nothing but when getting towards the end of the meeting rush things through and pointed out that it did not start with the seventh Parliament.

“We do not do due diligence and that does not give Ghanaians the hope that what we do here is right I am not putting my colleagues down but I believe we can do better on behalf of this country”.

And let government bring whatever business we need to do; we do it within time for our country to move forward he said.

By: Kwaku Sakyi-Danso/