The Member of Parliament of Ada Constituency, Comfort Doyoe Cudjoe-Ghansah has hinted that Ghanaians should anticipate more violence akin to the infamous brawl that erupted in parliament a few days ago.
In her submission as regards the physical confrontation bordering on the e-levy, the minority will continue to resist any attempt by the majority to push through their interest which they deem unfavourable to Ghanaians.
“We will make Parliament a boxing ring. There will be more fights if Majority does not change its position on E-levy. The women are 20 for both sides so everyone has chosen her fighting partner,” she said in an interview on Adom FM.
“It is not for anything that both Majority and Minority have 137 members. Everyone has a fighting partner,” the Ada MP, who is also the Second Deputy Minority Chief Whip, noted.