I and my colleagues are proud to belong to the group of MPs who frustrated Ameri, Agyapa… Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa

Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa

Mr. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, Member of Parliament for the North Tongu constituency, has boasted that he and his fellow Minority MPs are proud to belong to the group of MPs that “frustrated” the approval of the controversial E-levy proposed by the government in the 2022 budget. Apexnewsgh.com report

The North Tongu legislator made the revelation through his Facebook wall on Monday 13, December 2021.
Below is the full Facebook post by Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa

Let history reflect that my colleagues and I are proud to belong to the group of MPs who “frustrated” Ameri, Agyapa, Aker, Oslo Chancery, PDS, inflated 2018 Ministry of Special Development Initiatives Budget, GHS242million dubious e-Transaction Levy Services, and still determined to “frustrate” the obnoxious E-Levy.

I have no doubt President Akufo-Addo is much the same way proud of how he and his collaborators in and outside of Parliament during their good old days “frustrated” the introduction of VAT not only in the chamber but on the streets with the famous “kumepreko” demonstrations.

The Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu-led opposition era certainly look back with great pride for “frustrating” a number of matters they felt strongly about including boycotting President Mahama’s message on the state of the nation and boycotting the vetting of his ministers on the instruction of party leaders as they pursued their legal challenge of the 2012 election outcome.

Parliaments exist in a democracy as a countervailing force to keep the executive in check and curb impunity.

When other MPs exercised their oversight mandate in the past, they were hailed as nationalists; those who do same now must not be cast in a different light.

Good conscience, genuine feedback from our constituents and the supreme national interest shall continue to be our raison d’etre.

We owe a debt of gratitude to the eminent clergy who have declared three days of fasting and prayer for Parliament and the smooth approval of the 2022 Budget — we have no doubt that our Almighty Lord and Saviour will in the final analysis intervene on behalf of the suffering masses just as He did in the story of the profligate, insensitive rich man and poor Lazarus in Luke 16:19-31.

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