Former Kompongo MP, Ras Mubarak, has called for a comprehensive reform of the minority leadership in Parliament.
In his view, their actions and inaction, particularly with regard to cabinet approval, were not in the best interest of the NDC.
Mr. Mubarak’s call came after the resignation of Samuel Okodzito Abelcoa from the Nominations Committee.
His decision came after Parliament approved the Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Ata’s nomination unanimously.
In a statement to appease their supporters, the National Defense Council said they had approved the finance minister because they knew he would not fulfill.
However, some members of the National Dialogue Council blame the parliament’s leadership for submitting to the whims and whims of the majority.
In support of Mr. Mubarak on Asempa FM’s Ecosi Sen Wednesday’s show said it was disappointed in the minority.
He confirmed that Mr. Ablakwa’s resignation was a vote of no confidence in the minority led by Haruna Iddrisu in Parliament.
“I hope that serious steps will be taken to stop the bleeding so that we do not have any rebellion between the ranks and files in Parliament,” said a former Kompongo MP.
And he warned that if the status quo is allowed to remain: “I can tell you that it will have dire consequences for the party.”