Minority members in parliament are pressing hard to get President Mahama impeached as they seek a consensus on the motion to impeach the president over the Ford Expedition gift scandal.
So far, speaker of parliament, Edward Doe Adjaho has summoned MPs from their long holidays to a sitting tomorrow, September 1 for the debate on the impeachment.
Minority leader in parliament, Osei Kyei Mensah-Bonsu has expressed optimism over the debate hoping that "good conscience will prevail".
Meanwhile, deputy majority leader, Alfred Agbesi reveals that "if that issue should be raised in Parliament, we on our side we (the majority in parliament) shall resist with all the forces at our disposal”.
Burkinabe contractor, Djibril Kanazoe has admitted giving the president a Ford Expedition vehicle, for which the President called to thank him. The gift, according to reports, was prior to an attempt by the contractor, to win a bid to execute the Dodo Pepeso-Nkwanta road construction project.