The NDC MPs latest motion follows what they explain as an attack on Zanetor by Paul when the MP claimed that support distributing officials are demanding social gathering identification playing cards before foodstuff is given to the susceptible in lockdown areas.
Adom-Otchere in his Thursday night tirade among other issues admonished the MP to end “misbehaving” and “unsubstantiated” allegations against her political opponents at a time that the region demands unity to struggle COVID-19.
Dr. Zanetor previously termed on President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to probe the alleged partisan distribution of food items intended for folks influenced the partial lockdown.
This follows assertions by the Ministry of Gender, Young children and Social Protection debunking earlier claims by the MP describing them as unfounded.
Nevertheless, Adom-Otchere also joined the bandwagon describing the allegation of the opposition legislator as “wrong” and identified as on her to behave properly.
“That is a critical allegation to make in opposition to an opposing political get together or to make towards a federal government or to make in opposition to a municipal assembly or to make versus any other politician… This is really incorrect users of parliament are unable to do that. Dr. Rawlings, you’re an elected member of parliament, you cannot do that. You can’t hide guiding paper and digicam and make baseless accusations against your opponent, that is the form of politics we want to prevent in this state, that is not the variety of politics we want to really encourage, the sort of politics we want to quit in this state is what you have accomplished,” he mentioned.
But the Minority in Parliament said it will petition the National Media Fee about the assaults on their colleague MP.
The Minority spokesperson on Minority Main Whip, Mubarak Muntaka reported they will not permit on their own to be distracted by the assaults.
He explained “We will formally start a grievance to the Countrywide Media Fee and it is our expectation that they will expedite motion on it and get him to do the right point. At this minute, this is not the time to divide ourselves. This is the time for us to be with each other and if for anything at all this virus has taught us, we are very first humans prior to any other thing so let us preserve the humanity and work with each other and not cut down this into banter between NDC and NPP.”