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Oppong Nkrumah under fire for using ‘Papa No’ in parliament

Information Minister and Member of Parliament(MP) for Ofoase-Ayerebi in the Eastern Region Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has come under fire for using ‘PAPA NO’ in Parliament.

The Information Minister while making his submission on the floor of Parliament on a debate on the 1billion Dollars minerals royalties agreement used the quote that has become infamous with ‘Slay Queens’

The Member of Parliament said “Mr. Speaker, I want to encourage our colleagues on the other side, I want to encourage my good friend who just spoke. In my home town, we will say PAPA NO. I want to encourage PAPA NO to take some time and follow the structure of this conversation. I thank you, Mr. Speaker, for the opportunity”.


Information Minister and Member of Parliament(MP) for Ofoase-Ayerebi in the Eastern Region Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has come under fire for using ‘PAPA NO’ in Parliament.

The Information Minister while making his submission on the floor of Parliament on a debate on the 1billion Dollars minerals royalties agreement used the quote that has become infamous with ‘Slay Queens’

The Member of Parliament said “Mr. Speaker, I want to encourage our colleagues on the other side, I want to encourage my good friend who just spoke. In my home town, we will say PAPA NO. I want to encourage PAPA NO to take some time and follow the structure of this conversation. I thank you, Mr. Speaker, for the opportunity”.

His comment has brought about fury in members of the National Democratic Congress who have take the Minister to the cleaners on various social media platforms.

Here are some reactions from social media

https://twitter.com/JKF29446341/status/1294423214194663424?s=20
https://twitter.com/TorgbeH/status/1294433757760491521?s=20

Source: Mynewsgh.com

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