Abdul Malik Kweku Baako has called on the Parliament of Ghana to treat with kindness, the issue of the Bawku Central MP, Mahama Ayariga after he was cited for contempt in the Parliamentary bribery scandal.
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Following the presentation of the Joe Ghartey Committee’s report on the scandal to the Speaker of Parliament on Thursday, March 30, Mahama Ayariga was asked by the Speaker to render an unqualified apology.
The seemingly halfhearted apology the Bawku Central MP rendered rather infuriated some members of parliament who believe he arrogantly ate the humble pie.
While some Ghanaians are calling on the authorities of the House to expel him from the Legislative House to serve as deterrent to his colleagues, others like Mr. Kweku Baako are asking to let sleeping dogs lie.
“I don’t think that we should push the sanction level to that extreme. An apology well-done, well-articulated, sincere; maybe sufficient cure for mischief of this whole rumor driven allegation has brought,” Mr. Baako said on Peace FM’s 'Kokrokoo.'
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He however suggested he should be made to give a "well-articulated" apology to the House to bring closure to the case.