May 21, 2018

Member of Parliament for Asawase (MP) and Minority Chief Whip Muntaka Mubarak Mohamed is calling for more dialogue among leadership of the House to reduce tension that characterized the first meeting of the second session of the seventh Parliament of the fourth Republic.

According to the Minority Chief Whip, during the recess, leadership from both sides of the House have taken time to talk with each other.

And added that, “we need to engage more so that we understand each other and indicated that he has been a former Majority Chief Whip and I am talking from experience”, he said.

In an interview with as to how the relation among leadership from both the Majority and Minority are, he noted that it has been cordial since they returned back from recess considering the acrimony that manifested in the first meeting.

We do not enjoy fight for our right to have our say, but if we are not given the opportunity to have our say we would continue to fight for our right, he remarked.

By: Kwaku Sakyi-Danso/