We Have No Difficulty In Sitting At The Left Side In Parliament - Haruna Iddrisu
The Tamale South MP also confirmed that Honorable Isaac Asiamah's letter has been seen.
The Leader of the opposition party, National Democratic Congress (NDC) in parliament, Honorable Haruna Iddrisu has said that, upon a conclave meeting with the speaker of parliament on who to sit at the Left or right side in parliament, he and members of the National Democratic caucus have accepted to sit on the left-hand side of the house.
According to the Tamale South MP, what happened during the inauguration of the 8th parliament did not please many and therefore, in the interest of peace and ensuring that parliament functions effectively to serve the needs of the Ghanaian people, the NDC will have no difficulty at which side they will have to sit.
"We are responsible Ghanaian citizens," he said.
"The people of Ghana want to see Parliament functioning and functioning effectively to serve their purposes and interest" Haruna Iddrisu stressed.
At a press conference held in Parliament on Thursday, January 14, 2021, at the Job 600 of Parliament, the Tamale South representative promised to cooperate and work with the New Patriotic Party in Parliament.
Honorable Haruna Iddrisu indicated that a letter from the independent Member of Parliament for Fomena, Honourable Isaac Asiamah affirming his decision to work with the NPP has been seen.