NPP MPs storm Parliament at 4AM to take over the majority seats (Photos)


Social Media has been hit with news of some NPP MPs who got to Parliament as early as 4:00AM to take over the Majority seat at the speaker’s right hand.

According to reports, the MPs wanted to avoid the rift that occurred in Parliament days ago during the election of Speaker.

In some photos available to, some of the MPs who got to Parliament at 4:00AM as reports have it, were seen sleeping.

See some Photos below

The 8th Parliament is expected to meet on Friday, January 15th, barely a week after the brawl between both NPP and NDC MPs occurred at the chamber of parliament.

On 7th January, as the 7th Parliament came to a close, the 8th Parliament was to be inaugurated, starting with election of a Speaker.

The election ended with the most talked about drama to ever happen in the Parliamentary chamber, where Tema West MP, Carlos Ahenkorah was captured in a video snatching ballot papers and then running away with it.

These incited some NDC MPs to quickly rush to Carlos to retrieved the ballot papers which ended in a scuffle, where Muntaka was seen hitting Carlos in the head.

However, the show ended with NDCs candidate for Speaker, Alban Bagbin winning the election for Speaker against NPPs Prof. Aaron Mike Ocquaye.

Reports says Mike Ocquaye polled 136 votes against Bagbin who had 138 votes.


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