Haruna Iddrisu Fires Kojo Oppong Nkrumah for ………. on the floor of Parliament


Current Minority leader and Member of Parliament for Tamale South in the Northern region of Ghana, Hon. Haruna Iddrisu has descended vehemently on  the Minister of Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah with shots of fire for using the most used word on social media after Tracey Boakye’s sugar daddy  controversy with Mzbel term “PAPA NO” which translates to “The Man” in his submission while members of parliament were debating on a 1billion Dollars minerals royalties agreement on the floor of Parliament.

Kojo Oppong Nkrumah said:


Mr. Speaker, I want to encourage our colleagues on the other side, I want to encourage my good friend who just spoke. In my home town, we will say PAPA NO. I want to encourage PAPA NO to take some time and follow the structure of this conversation. I thank you, Mr. Speaker, for the opportunity



In reaction to the term used by the Minister on the floor of Parliament, Hon. Haruna Iddrisu expressed dissatisfaction over the  choice of word and said;
In your rulings, there are many names you will come across from today, some we will dedicate to some and there are many names. Mr. Speaker I know you will not encourage us to do so because I will receive confort in hausa, Dagbane, Grushie or Nakani to use words that are acceptable
To him, to come to Parliament and employ those words used on social media they the minority take strong objection to it adding that, If he don’t withdraw, they the minority won’t recognize him on that fateful day as Minister.
From today we won’t recognize you as a Minister and we will not accord you any respect. What do you mean? What do you take us for? Papa No yes accepted but from today we will give you a mail. He was a member just like you and his constituents respect him. You, people, use Papa No on social media, we know what it means. You have lost my respect as Minority Leader from Today. We will march with you. Haruna fumed.
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