- Minority in Parliament has threatened to start an impeachment process against President Mahama over the Guantanamo Bay detainees.
- Spokesperson for the minority MPs, Atta Akyea reveals Ghanaians feel insecure over the decision by government
Minority members of parliament have threatened to start an impeachment process against President John Dramani Mahama if he fails to send back the two ex-detainees from Guantanamo bay.
Spokesperson for the minority MPs, Atta Akyea has revealed their decision follows calls by Ghanaians over their security especially as the legislators get sheltered in the country. The minority MPs are therefore kicking against the closed sitting, alleging that government intends hiding the real facts from the public.
“If it is legitimate agreement, you would not ratify an agreement in secrecy, that agreement should be in the public domain so that everybody will understand that we have not bargained off our security,” Atta Kyea stated.
Meanwhile Foreign Affairs Minister, Hanna Tetteh is expected to set the records straight on the reasons behind the sheltering of the Guantanamo bay duo on Friday.