Coup D'etat Is Not An Option-Kennedy Agyapong Warns Minority


The 2022 budget that was present before parliament by the financial minister,Hon. Ken Ofori-Atta has created a lot of issues afterwards.

The budget was debated on and the minority members of parliament together with the speaker rejected the budget as the majority house walked out.

In the next parliamentary seating on Tuesday December 1, the majority members went to parliament to approve the budget while the minority house were also abscent.

As of the time this article is being published, the minority's petition to overturn the approved budget has been denied. This has raised lots of eyebrows of most Ghanaian due to what the budget entails. Especially the e-levy tax that is expected to be charged on all electronic transaction from the first of January 2022.

Hon. Kennedy Agyapong believes that the minority are propergating and thrownig dust into the eyes of Ghanaians. He believes that their prime aim is to encourage a coup d'etat.

The honorable member of parliament said that he will advice the NDC minority in parliament to desist from such acts. This is because, the first arm of government that will be affected is the parliament hence, affect both minority and majority members.

Stay tuned for more news updates.

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