You are here: HomeNews2012 01 25Article 228465

General News of Wednesday, 25 January 2012

Source: The Informer

NDC Youth Storm Parliament

To Deal With
“Lawrence Addae” Kyei Mensah-Bonsu

News Desk Report

Virtually having the field day of messing up with the Cletus Avoka-led Majority in Parliament, indications are that the uncouth liberty of the Minority leader, Osei Kyei Mensah-Bonsu, formerly known as Lawrence Addae could soon be under siege, as the likes of Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, Hannah Bissiw, Richard Quashigah and others descend on to floor of the august house as people’s representatives.
It is expected that with the Hon Deputy Minister for Finance and Economic Planning, Mr. Fiifi Kwetey lacing his boots to join the pack of youthful colleagues, “Lawrence Addae” will be expose of his shallow reasoning, he has all these years used to sway Ghanaians.

With the Cletus Avoka -led majority practically asleep and unable to exorcise the unparliamentary attitude of the Minority leader, he was able to cause irreparable damage to Ghana’s parliament with the use of abusive language and total disrespect to colleagues on the floor of the house.
Capitalizing on the modesty of the majority, the Minority leader, “Lawrence Addae” Osei Kyei Mensah-Bonsu, with his continuous misbehavior on the floor of parliament, and the usage of uncouth languages against his political opponents, all of a sudden becomes icon of his party members.
Thank God that with energetic and intellect of the like of Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, Hannah Bissiw, Richard Quarshigah, as well as Fiifi Kwetey and Nii Lantey Vanderpuije busily lacing up their boots to enter parliament, the notorious “Lawrence Addae” Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu will be given a perfect match against his weak arguments.
It would be recall that the Minority leader, moving his arrogant notches higher, apart from describing Hon Doe Adjaho, the First Deputy Speaker of Parliament as” whimsical and capricious”, also decided not to usher the President out of parliament as required, when the President was in the house to deliver his state of the nation address last year.

Join our Newsletter