Information reaching YEN.com.gh indicates that the minority in Parliament have boycotted the State of the Nation's Address.
The members of the caucus, clad in black chanted parts of the national anthem as they walked out of the chamber on Thursday, February, 20, 2020.
They took the action shortly after President Nana Akufo-Addo assumed his seat in Parliament.
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“And help us to resist oppressors’ rule with all our will, and might forevermore,” they chanted as they left the chamber.
According to a report by PeaceFMonline.com,the minority staged the walk-out over the delay of their share of the Common Fund for the Third Quarter of 2019.
They contend its a deliberate attempt to deprive them of working effectively and competing fairly with their opponents, especially with the General Elections barely 10months away.
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Meanwhile, President Nana Akufo-Addo has promised the people of the Oti Region the NPP administration will construct a university in the area in its second term if given the opportunity and mandate.
“If God permits and we win the next elections, we will put in place structures to establish a university here as well,” Akufo-Addo said at a durbar in Jasikan on Monday, February 17, 2020.
The President opined that the six newly created regions will have all the needed infrastructure and facilities that will make life bearable.
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