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I’m now an aspiring Majority Leader – Haruna Iddrisu

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Member of Parliament (MP) for Tamale South Constituency and Minority Leader of Ghana’s seventh parliament, Haruna Iddrisu, says he is now aspiring to become the majority leader of the eighth parliament.

According to him, no party has form majority in the just ended general elections because the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has 137 parliamentary seats and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) also has 137 seats.

However, Mr. Iddrisu believes NDC will form majority in the eighth parliament if the Electoral Commission (EC) revises what he described as “traverses and electoral injustice against the NDC” in the Techiman South and Safi Constituencies.

The Minority Leader spoke to the media at the Parliament House shortly after President Akufo-Addo’s delivery of the State of the Nation address, Tuesday.

“I am now aspiring Majority Leader, with Techiman and Safi to be secure only if that traverses and electoral injustice against the NDC is revised as it should; in the interest of justice and peace. We will form majority. What I do know is that the 2020 election produces an inevitable outcome of no majority party in parliament 137/137 is equal.” He said.

According to him, it was wrong for President Akufo-Addo to have mentioned in his address that both the NDC and NPP almost have equal members of parliament.

“It is even wrong for the president to said almost equal, what is almost equal? Is 137/137 almost equal? He got it mathematical wrong”


Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1MHZ|David Azure |Ghana

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