Parliament is expected to resume sitting today, September 1, to debate the motion filed by the minority over President Mahama's Ford Expedition gift saga.
Majority leader in parliament, Alban Bagbin, at a press conference revealed that the motion was signed by the minority leader, Kyei Mensah-Bonsu.
The minority in parliament through the motion are petitioning parliament to constitute a special parliamentary committee to investigate:
Meanwhile, Alban Bagbin has described the motion filed by the minority as “most certainly a needless waste of scarce resources and precious time when Members of Parliament ought to be engaging their constituents”.
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.