‘4am’ NPP MPs Exhibited Great Sense Of National Duty; They Must Keep It Up -Irbard Ibrahim
Members of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Caucus in Parliament surprisingly showed up as early as 4am in Parliament today just to take their place at the Majority side of the house.
Reacting to this unusual reporting time to the legislative house, security consultant and TV show host, Irbard Ibrahim commended the NPP MPs charging them to sustain the enthusiasm.
“I am particularly impressed with the great sense of national duty exhibited by MPs by reporting early today in preparation for government business.
“It is my hope that such enthusiasm will be sustained and replicated in all state and private institutions for the betterment of Mother Ghana,” Irbard wrote in a Facebook post.
It will be recalled that during the inauguration of the 8th Parliament last week, the NDC caucus pulled a surprise on their counterparts by entering the Chamber early to occupy the right side of the Speaker.
The NDC, then claimed that they have equal seats with the NPP and therefore could choose to sit anywhere they wanted to.
However, today, it appears the NPP caucus is also eager to get one over their counterparts, entering the Chamber as early as 4am just to occupy the right side of the Speaker.