Apologise To Widows In Ghana – Ntim Fordjour Tells Minority


The Member of Parliament for Assin South Constituency Hon. Rev. John Ntim Fordjour has chides the act of Minority Members of Parliament on holding Placards calling the newly elected Member of Parliament Mrs. Lydia Alhassan ( Bloody Widow ) and it unfortunate for the legislatures to behave in such a manner.

The 1st deputy Speaker of parliament, Hon. Joseph Osei Owusu (Joe wise) on Tuesday Sworn into office Madam Lydia Alhassan as member of parliament for Ayawaso west wuogon .

However the minority in parliament walked out during the swearing in ceremony, saying they don’t want to be associated with violence, occurred in the residence of their candidate Mr. Delali kwesi Brempong.

The Member of Parliament Condemned the uncivilized behavior of the MPs who were protesting against the swearing in of MP for Ayawaso west Wuogon.

He admonished the minority members of Parliament to apologise to Mrs Lydia Alhassan and widows in the country for disgracing them.

According to him, women play major roles in our dispensation of politics and must encourage them to participate in various positions in the country.

He said the treatment minority members are giving to Mrs. Lydia Alhassan can discourage many women when they get the opportunity to contest for the same position.

Furthermore, he called on civil society organizations to condemn such manners and advice the Ndc minority of Parliament to apologise for good.

Finally, Hon. Ntim urged the police to work fast and fish out the perpetrators of Current voilence incident at Ayawaso west Wuogon by- elections.

He made this comment on Splash 92.9 Fm Morning show ( Maakye ) with Asonaba Kofi Tease the Majority Leader.


Source : Nana Korankye Apomuden