Ghana’s Parliament Disgraced Because Of "BLOODY WIDOW" Tag

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The minority in  Parliament on today 5th February, 2019 staged a walkout of parliament because the winner of the by-elections of Ayawaso West Wuogon was to be sworn into parliament.

It was an unfortunate act to stage a walkout just because of a swearing in ceremony. As unfortunate as that act was, it was more aggravated by a show case of cards with the tag "bloody widow" in reference to the then winner of the by-elections; Madam Lydia Seyram Alhassan (wife of the late former MP of Ayawaso West Wuogon constituency).

 
The disgrace that has dented Ghana's parliament is an attack on femininity and widowhood. The actions by the minority leaves the question as to whether it is a crime to be widowed or as honourable as parliamentarians are, they would recall a primitive and stereotype act of blaming widows for the death of their husbands or call them murderers? 
 
It is by all standards a bad precedence the minority of parliament has set and posterity can not emulate such a despicable act as it retards progress and national development.
 
Going forward, Ghanaians expect our parliamentarians to live by the reverence accorded them. The continuous desecration of the second arm of government is worrying. The learning youth cannot keep mute and watch our elders denigrate offices we would hold in the future. We demand a prompt apology and proper actions in line with parliamentary standards and modern civilization.
 
Ghana is all we have and there is no room for anyone to destroy it. Posterity will not keep mute.
 
Long live Ghana!
Long live us all!!!
Writer: Nana Addo Jeremy
 
 
Source: Darlnews.com
 
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