Alfred Obeng the former Managing Director for the Bulk Oil and Storage Transport (BOST) and Member of Parliament for Bibiani-Anhwiaso-Bekwai Constituency, said he had to run for his life out of the parliamentary chamber immediately he saw the fully armed Military men invaded the chamber.
According to Mr. Obeng, what happened in Parliament was beyond his expectation and he never dreamed it will get to the level of military evasion.
“I for one and a few of us even walked out from the chamber because it is something that we were not expecting to happen no matter the situation because after all it was the normal debate and arguments. Some wanted the balloting to be a secret as the Constitution or the standing order requires and the other side to felt that it wasn’t too secret. That was the only ambiguity which could be resolved without the Military men.”
He suggested something to be done to prevent such negative action not to repeat in the chamber again.
“If we don’t put an end to this, next time the tables may change and others may misapply them and they will come and cause any confusion or brutality so I’m happy that the National Security Minister was around and wasn’t too happy about it and upon his advise they were driven away. It wasn’t the best”. He said
Mr. Obeng who was equally afraid to die too soon said, his son is still young and he considered his life so precious and beside that, he wants to serve his constituent and nation.
“I only saw the Military people entering and wasn’t comfortable with them there and because they were holding guns anything could happen so I decided to walk out because my son is still young, he is still fifteen years and my life is precious. In as much as I want to serve the nation, I want to serve my constituents at this level, if the life is not there how do I serve them so I walk out but actually I don’t know who invited them” He explained
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