Muntaka apologizes after running and throwing blows at Carlos Ahenkorah in Parliament.
The Member of Parliament for Tema West, Carlos Ahenkorah snatched uncounted ballot papers in the Speaker of Parliament elections and attempted to bolt with it.
This was after the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Members of Parliament began celebrating what they expected to be a victory in their favor.
To save the day for his party, MP-elect for Tema West, Carlos Kingsley Ahenkorah snatched ballot papers from the hands of the parliamentary official and bolted through the exit of the chamber amidst resistance from his colleagues.
He was chased by Asawase MP-elect Muntaka Mohammed who accosted him and retrieved the ballot papers.
Speaking on Citi TV , the Asawase MP Muntaka Mohammed who also doubles as the Minority Chief Whip apologized and asked for forgiveness from the public.
“Let me say that we owe the people of Ghana an apology. I think as Parliament, we ought to have done better because people cannot go and queue from morning to evening to elect us to come and be doing this. I am very sorry for what we did on inauguration day. We could have been more decent,”