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Muntaka Mubarak justifies national award for defending constitution – Asiedu Nketia


The Typical Secretary of the NDC has described the MP for Asawase and some of his colleagues as gallant MPs and deserving of a nationwide award for defending the Structure of Ghana.

According to Asiedu Nketiah, the steps of these MPs on Thursday have been necessitated by the manoeuvrings of the NPP side in Parliament to subvert the Structure and rig the election of Speaker of Parliament.

“So that is why I called those people who were involved in that action gallant MPs. He (Muntaka Mubarak) stood up in defence of democracy and our Constitution,” he said at a press conference, Friday.

Though the carry out of the MPs has been condemned by the general public as getting disruptive and unbecoming of the country’s lawmakers Mr Nketia thinks if not.

“When you discuss about disruptive conduct it does not include things like the conduct that is intended to prevent mistaken performing, so, Muntaka acted perfectly. We should award him a nationwide prize,” he extra.

His comment arrives soon after a lot of persons known as out lawmakers for their actions in Parliament on Thursday early morning.

There was a scuffle on the ground of Parliament around the election of Speaker of Parliament amid other disagreements.

Some MPs were being found kicking down ballot packing containers, though some experimented with to make away with the ballot papers all through the collation approach.

This culminated in the deployment of army to the ground. An additional act that was described as pointless and an affront to Ghana’s democracy.

Mr Nketia’s connect with for a countrywide award for Muntaka is in particular reference to the purpose he performed in preventing Carlos Ahenkorah’s attempt at disrupting the collation method of the Speakership election.

The Asawase MP Muntaka along with many others was noticed jogging immediately after and apprehending Mr Ahenkorah.

Ghanaians including some MPs have known as for some action to be taken towards all those people who disrupted the procedures.

But Asiedu Nketia thinks that “where injustice and impunity become legislation, then resistance gets to be a obligation.”

“So somebody is undertaking one thing wrong, you have tried making use of each individual means to halt him he will not halt you should resist him with all the power you can command, and that is lawful.”

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