The year old speaker has reaffirmed his commitment to overseeing a parliament devoid of partiality and pledged to give his best as speaker.
“This parliament I have made clear that I will do all I can to be as impartial as possible. I am human, I don’t know it all, I can make mistakes “, he said while speaking in an interview aired on Ghana Broadcasting Cooperation (GBC).
“But to be categorized as being biased or obstructing government business or being partial is just a figment of imagination of the people who are stuck to the old order where they are used to power”
“The power of the majority, this is what we want and we must get it. That is the position. If not, my rulings have shown that I have disagreed with both majority and minority at different times and so it is only a surprise that because some of my colleagues don’t understand that the 8th Parliament of the 4th Republic is completely different from the other Parliament”, he continued.