Ursula Owusu is not my type of woman, she'll soon reach menopause - Akandoh teases

Ursula Owusu is not my type of woman, she'll soon reach menopause - Akandoh teases

- The MP for Juaboso Constituency, Hon Kwabena Mintah Akandoh, has said that his colleague MP Ursula Owusu-Ekuful is too old for him

- He was responding to claims that he was enjoying Ursula while she was sitting on his laps during the dissolution of the seventh parliament

- He said this during an interview with Kwame Nkrumah Tikese on Okay FM

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The Member of Parliament (MP) for Juaboso Constituency, Hon Kwabena Mintah Akandoh, has said that his colleague MP, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, is too old for him.

Hon Akandoh, who also doubles as a Ranking Member on the Committee of Health, made the remarks after visuals emerged online of Ursula Owusu sitting on his laps in parliament as MPs-elect were preparing to dissolve the seventh parliament before the inauguration of the eighth parliament.

Responding to claims that he was enjoying the moment while the MP-elect for Ablekuma West Constituency was sitting on his laps, Hon Akandoh told the host of Okay FM's Ade Akye Abia, Kwame Nkrumah Tikese that on a lighter note he is a young man who prefers a young woman, stressing that Hon Ursula Owusu will soon reach menopause.

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Ursula Owusu is not my type of woman, she'll soon reach menopause - Akandoh teases

MP for Juaboso Constituency Hon Kwabena Mintah Akandoh responds to claims that he was enjoying Ursula while she was sitting on his laps during the dissolution of the seventh parliament. Image: Okay FM
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"You know Ursula Owusu is very old and will soon reach menopause, and I am younger, so I wasn’t feeling anything from her,'' he said jokingly.

The incident between the two MPs-elect ensued after the MPs-elect of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) went ahead to sit on the majority side of the chamber as both sides of the house were preparing to dissolve the seventh parliament.

Hon Mintah Akandoh explained that Ursula Owusu returned to sit on his laps after she left and came back as he and his colleague NDC MPs sat on the majority seats on the right-hand side of parliament.

The MP for Juaboso Constituency, however, noted that parliament had not yet determined the sitting positions for MPs-elect at the time, but Ursula Owusu-Ekuful insisted on sitting on the seat, which had already been occupied by him.

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