John Jinapor apologises for misconduct in Parliament

The inauguration process of the eighth Parliament of the Fourth Republic will go down in history as the most chaotic one in the history of the country.

The dragging process which lasted over nine hours was characterised by several commotion.

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From sitting arrangement to argument on whether or not the Assin North MP, whom a Cape Coast High Court had placed an injunction on his victory should partake in the voting process or not.

But on another occasion, the MP for Yapei Kusawgu, John Jinapor was captured on camera furiously kicking the ballot box and Mr Muntaka dismantling the ballot booth.

Although their behaviours have been heavily critised, the NDC maintains that they were ensuring the law is upheld since lawmakers of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) were breaking the order of secret voting by showing their ballot to their whip, Frank Annor-Dompreh before depositing it in the box.

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Source: myjoyonline


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