You are here: HomeNews2017 01 25Article 503748

General News of Wednesday, 25 January 2017


Tamale North MP apologises over conduct at vetting

Alhasan Suhuyini,Member of Parliament for Tamale North play videoAlhasan Suhuyini,Member of Parliament for Tamale North

The Member of Parliament for Tamale North, Alhasan Suhuyini, has apologized to the Chairman of the Appointments Committee of Parliament, Joseph Osei Owusu over his conduct at Monday’s vetting.

The Tamale North lawmaker was ruled out by the chairman when he asked Mr. Boakye Agyarko to clarify the circumstances surrounding his exit from the Bank of New York, where he worked for many years.

The chairman considered the question offensive to the nominee and a breach of the rules of engagement at the committee. The new lawmaker, however could not hold his emotions and openly expressed anger over the treatment meted out to him by the chair.

The former radio Gold presenter apologized for his conduct when the Committee sat on Tuesday.