The Member of Parliament (MP) for Abuakwa South, Samuel Atta Kyea has expressed his dissatisfaction over the choice by the National Democratic Congress (NDC) side of Parliament to boycott the inauguration of President Nana Akufo-Addo and Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia.
The NDC Parliament Leader, Haruna Iddrisu boycotted the swearing-in as part of their rants over the result of the December 2020 Presidential Election.
The Party’s 2020 Presidential candidate, John Dramani Mahama was likewise missing at the inauguration ceremony.
However, there hasn’t been any authority clarification for their nonattendance, however it is broadly accepted that the blacklist was in dissent of the result of the 2020 Presidential Election.
Hon Samuel Atta Kyea said the activity the opposition Party, The National Democratic Congress (NDC) was unsatisfactory and disrespectful to the President elect and other guests who came to witness the ceremony from other countries.
He in this manner portrayed their activities as “tacky”.
As per him, the NDC should work with the public authority until the Supreme Court rules in support of themselves.
“The lone pitiable measurement to this initiation is that the opposition members didn’t show up which is extremely tacky on the grounds that this isn’t the way you ran an administration. At the point when you’ve lost a political race, and you think you are peeved, you go to the court at that point and all factors ought to be constant and everything should run for the framework to go on until the supreme court overturns the declaration .”