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#Dropthatchamber: I’d have 'slapped Ernesto for shameful, wrong behaviour' - Adei

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2019-07-17 12:48:31
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#Dropthatchamber: I’d have 'slapped Ernesto for

There was nothing shameful about Enersto's call for the #"Dropthatchamber" order. The 'chamber pot' has become leaky and unhealthy for Ghana's fiscal health. Our MPs don't even report to duty but check in present. Stealing the people's time who sent them to do their work. Further, when a Parliament becomes briidled with acts of corruption, it ceases to get the respect it deserves. Taking bribes to confirm President's Ministerial appointees is simply shameful and not a patriotic Ghanaian Ernesto calling an obvious loot from a gang of six Parliamentary Board members. Akuffo Addo is either not in charge or has turned a blind eye to the leak in the system. He is out of time and out of touch. Seventy year olds who should be at home have been appointed to various board chairs and they are not performing. Why at your age are you still working when there are much cost effective and youthful brains at home? This is how out off step the President has become. $200 million is a huge debt entrapment for Ghana's continued survival as a sovereign Republic. Our man has become fiscally reckless like the corrupt and insensitive John Mahama. Ernesto Ghana is proud of your bravity. Nothing shameful about your call to order in parliament.

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