A member of Parliament for Adansi-Asokwa constituency in the Ashanti Region, Kobina Tahiru Hammond, prominently known as KT Hammond has disproved reportage that became a web sensation about Carlos Ahenkorah who was accepted to have grabbed ballot papers during the speakership election for Ghana’s eighth Parliament.
Recall, on Thursday, January 7, 2021, after the seventh Parliament broke down, there was the requirement for the House to choose a Speaker for introducing the eighth Parliament. An exceptionally challenged survey between Professor Aaron Mike Quaye and Hon Alban Kingsford Sumani Bagbin saw the last arising successful.
Nonetheless, minutes before Alban Bagbin was affirmed as the Speaker of Parliament, the Tema West lawmaker was seen grabbing voting form papers from a parliamentary authority and endeavored to fastener through the leave entryway of the chamber yet he was halted abruptly.
In any case, KT Hammond responding to the videotapes that have circulated around the web via web-based media, the legislator and individual from the New Patriotic Party (NPP) showed that the individual from Parliament for Tema West Constituency was just organizing the ballot papers for smooth tallying.
In an interview with Kofi Adomah, he said that it was somewhat the “awful young men” from the side of the NDC who were raising a ruckus since he didn’t see Carlos Ahenkorah doing anything terrible.
Watch the interview below…