Former Member of Parliament for Kumbungu Constituency Ras Mubarak has lauded Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa’s decision to resign from the Parliament’s Appointments Committee.
The former National Democratic Congress’s MP Ras Mubarak says Okudzeto Ablakwa’s resignation represents vote of no confidence in Minority Leadership of Parliament.
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He further said, Haruna Iddrisu’s continuous stay as Minority Leader will jeopardize the current situation at hand. Though, he has not proposed any individual for the said position, he believes that, there is a need for the Minority Leadership to be reviewed.
Ras Mubarak has there called on the NDC’s Headquarters to immediately intervene to address the issue because Haruna Iddrisu has lost control in Parliament.
He said this after the North Tongu Constituency Member of Parliament Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa resigned from the Parliament’s Appointments Committee on the basis of personal issues and principles.
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“I celebrate my brother Ablakwa. Conviction politician. It’s a vote of no confidence in the Minority Leadership. Only a proper leadership election, and not a coronation, is what would save the caucus from further crisis. Those at party headquarters should wake up and smell the coffee”