Presidential jet: Pratt ‘weeps’ for ‘poor boy’ Ablakwa, says NDC MPs won’t back him

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Overseeing Editor of the Insight newspaper, Kwesi Pratt Jnr, has communicated fortitude with North Tongu Member of Parliament, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, over his ‘activism’ in the question of rich official voyages.

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As per Pratt, he accepts that the vast majority of Ablakwa’s partners on the Minority Caucus won’t completely concur with him on the battle that he has taken upon himself over the most recent couple of months.

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“I can wager you that Okudzeto is all alone,” Pratt expressed on the September 29 version of Metro TV’s Good Morning Ghana program, logically testing show have Randy Abbey: “You imagine that Okudzeto is representing the 137 minority Members of Parliament?”

Guaranteed by Randy that Ablakwa had the help of a sizeable number of his associates, Pratt expressed: “However you keep a watch out how they utilize that their 137 in Parliament over this issue… what gives you trust? he asked once more.

“Okudzeto is all alone, he is simply talking, who will concur with him? Helpless kid, helpless kid, he is out there making commotion (alone),” Pratt added.

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The veteran writer joined the way of thinking that has brought out the public authority over a declaration that the acquisition of a greater official stream was in the offing.

The declaration, from the Director of Communication at the administration, comes in the wake of recharged revelation by Ablakwa on what he calls lavish contracted excursions of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.

His significant concern is that these excursions which cost the citizen a great many Ghana cedis are attempted regardless of the nation having a practical official fly which is in mint condition.

Pratt’s interests of resistance from the Minority has anyway been soaked by the Minority Leader in Parliament, Haruna Iddrisu.

Talking on Citi TV’s Point of View program on Wednesday evening, Haruna said Ablakwa had the full sponsorship of the council in his campaign.

“I think he (Ablakwa) is the positioning part for the panel on international concerns and in this manner he mirrors our situation on issues influencing the quest for international strategy and tact,” Haruna said.

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