Minister for Communication Ursula Owusu Ekuful put the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Member of Parliament for Juaboso in an uncomfortable situation when she chose to sit on his lap for several hours causing him “hard” discomfort.
The NDC MP explained that Mrs Owusu Ekuful claimed he was seated on her chair and instead of negotiating with him, chose to sit on his lap which he welcomed. It was observed that the NDC MP hardened up and could not move around freely
“When the NPP MPs came in, they saw that we were on the right side so they went to the left but Ursula refused. Cletus Avoka was sitting down and decided to go to the washroom, by the time he came back Ursula had taken his seat. We tried to persuade her but she declined. She also left the seat and I sat on it. When she came she just sat on my lap. She didn’t say anything to me, she just sat and I didn’t say anything”, he said.
Earlier, Ursula Owusu caused a stir when she chose to sit on the right after with the NDC after her party elected to sit on the left instead of confronting NDC. She refused to move despite calls by her own party leadership.