Joslyn Dumas Scolds MPs For Their Undisciplined Behavior In Parliament

Actress and Entrepreneur Joselyn has expressed her disappointment over the turnout of events in Ghana’s parliament.

Before the voting process, we saw the NDC MPs fill the space of the majority in parliament, insinuating they’ve won majority in the 8th parliament. Later, some MPs from the opposition NPP struggled with the NDC MPs for seats at the majority space, with the belief that they (NPP) are the ones to fill the space.

The house of Ghana’s legislative body was thrown into chaos by MPs during the voting process to elect a new speaker of parliament. NPP’s MP for the Tema West constituency, Carlos Ahenkorah, during the counting snatched and flee with ballot papers.

There have been condemnations from the Ghanaian people. And actor Joselyn Dumas took to her twitter page to share her opinion on that unfortunate event in parliament yesterday, January 7.

Grown educated individuals with children, fighting! in one of the highest law-making space in our country. Ghana is highly revered for our respect for the seat of government, democratic system & impeccable composure in Parliament. I am soo disappointed!” she tweeted.

 

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