Parliament's mixed reaction to Mahama Ford gift order

Parliament's mixed reaction to Mahama Ford gift order

The speaker of parliament, Edward Doe Adjaho, has dismissed the motion for parliament to investigate President Mahama's Ford Expedition gift. 

Parliament's mixed reaction to Mahama Ford gift order

The unanimous order by the speaker of parliament got both sides of the house reacting in opposite ways.

Parliament's mixed reaction to Mahama Ford gift order

Even as majority members of parliament jubilated over the unanimous ruling, the facial expression by minority members showed that all never went well for them.

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Check out the expression by the majority National Democratic Congress (NDC);

Parliament's mixed reaction to Mahama Ford gift order

And that of the sad-looking minority members;

Parliament's mixed reaction to Mahama Ford gift order
Parliament's mixed reaction to Mahama Ford gift order

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The speaker in his statement charged the minority members of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) to rather pursue the case at the commission for human rights and administrative justice, (CHRAJ) adding that he is “unable to admit this motion”.

Parliament's mixed reaction to Mahama Ford gift order

President Mahama has revealed to CHRAJ that he is innocent over the Ford Expedition gift saga

President Mahama had earlier admitted receiving the Ford vehicle gift from a Burkinabe contractor,  Djibril Kanazoe which was worth $100,000 –  a development which has seen CHRAJ open an official investigation.

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