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FOR PROPER ACCOUNTABILITY, LET’S VOTE AGAINST MEMBERS OF THE PARTIAL PARLIAMENT — Onipayede

 

FOR PROPER ACCOUNTABILITY, LET’S VOTE AGAINST MEMBERS OF THE PARTIAL PARLIAMENT

Onipayede Ossom Teye.

Chapter seven of the 1992 constitution in page 43 is “REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE”, article 47 under this chapter gave the electoral commission power to divide the whole country into constituents, for the purpose of electing members of Parliament which formed the basis of Ghana’s parliament with parliamentarians.

 

First time in history the Electoral Commission divided part of the country excluding the people of Santrokofi, Akpafu, Lipke and Lolobi (SALL) to form the parliament, which to me, this this 8th parliament is partial and unconstitutional.

 

Members of Parliament should know that they represent their constituents to form Ghana’s parliament not partial parliament, so it is diabolic to make laws to these people (SALL) without their consent or representatives.

Unfortunately this partial parliament had approved more loans to the finance minister and Draconia tax laws than all the constitutional parliaments of Ghana.

For freedom and justice, we the voters of Ghana must treat each member of the partial parliament with the contempt they deserve, that is to make sure none of them win in their various constituencies in the next election, that is the only way we can dissolve the partial parliament.

By so doing, we can line them up to account for the taxes and the loans they have approved to finance minister Ken Ofori Attah, because it seems there is a conspiracy, and if indeed we find out that they conspired with the executive to rob us, we will let them pay dead or alive for betraying Ghanaians.

God Bless Our Homeland GHANA

God Bless each and everyone.

Signed…

Onipayede Ossom Teye

Independent Presidential Aspirant Hopefully.

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