Haruna Iddrisu replacement will divide Minority Caucus – Avoka

Changing Haruna Iddrisu will divide Minority Caucus

Previous Majority Leader, Cletus Avoka, says any endeavor to change the current authority of the Minority group in the House will cause destruction for the opposition National Democratic Congress.

As indicated by him, the Haruna Iddrisu-led organization may have had its difficulties yet have performed respectably throughout the time they have been in control.

The minority has been hit with inner fighting after the endorsement of some pastoral candidates the most recent being money Minister Ken Ofori-Atta. A few individuals from the council have transparently separated themselves from the explanation given by their administration in giving agreement endorsement to the chosen one.

North Tongu MP Okudzeto Ablakwa has left the Appointments panel over the occurrence.


Speaking to Francis Abban on the Morning Starr Thursday, the senior member of the NDC cautioned against attempt to remove their current leadership of the caucus.

“There ought to be no adjustment in initiative of the minority, I won’t advocate that. I think the entirety of their presentation is positive. Haruna and his kin have progressed admirably. In the event that you wrongly transform them, you partition the council. In light of a legitimate concern for the gathering and in light of a legitimate concern for Ghana Parliament, we would prefer not to cause trouble. On the equilibrium of accomplishment, I think Haruna Iddrisu has done well to keep on being the head of the NDC council,” he said.

Mr Avoka anyway said the renunciation of the North Tongu official was a hurried choice.

“Ablakwa’s renunciation from the arrangements council is lamentable. He’s an honorable man, he’s a decent MP however I don’t believe acquiescence can be supposed to be the awesome. I’ll be astonished if more MPs leave the arrangements advisory group since we have met and resolved our disparities.

Mr Ablakwa in his acquiescence noted he had taken the choice based on guideline and individual conviction.

Haruna Iddrisu responds to Minority 'rebellion'

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