An Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the Centre for European Studies of the University of Ghana, Prof Ransford Gyampo, has reacted to the drama that has characterized proceedings in Ghana’s Parliament in recent times.

According to him, whenever there is a call for consensus building through proper dialogue, some political infants who do not know the ideals of politics beyond what pertains to Ghana’s very nascent democracy feel they can bulldoze their way in parliament with some fictional powers.

He believes that “if they[Majority] are wise, they must work hard at dialogue, to build consensus, else there may be no parliament for positions to be occupied.

He also recounted how “the Malawian Parliament at one point in time, could not sit and work for 4years because of lack of sincere dialogue between the opposition that had the numerical strength, and the ruling party.”

He expressed gross disappointment over how “Rev Professor Martey is no longer asking “Enyansa fo eeee mo wo hi”?, to wit, where are the wise men?”

Meanwhile, the Minority Leader, Hon. Haruna Iddrisu has categorically stated that his side of the House will



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