The Tema West Member of Parliament is still yet to appear before the Public Relations and Complaints Committee, PRCC, of the Tema Metropolitan assembly to answer questions relative to his conduct during one of the assembly’s decongestion exercises. But for the presence of security personnel, Carlos Kingsley Ahenkorah would have physically assaulted the Metro engineer and some TMA guards who were carrying a demolishing exercise at the Cocoa Village at Community Two on the request of COCOBOD about three months a go.
The Tema West MP who doubles as the Deputy Trades Minister was hauled before the PRCC of TMA and emergency assembly meeting could not appear but was handed a six months suspension from partaking in any assembly activities. The assembly subsequently reconvened a week later and lifted the suspension, subject to appear before the committee to explain his conduct.
However, three months later, the Tema West legislator has still not appeared to answer questions concerning his action. As a case many residents in Tema think is a bad precedent as regards how some appointees stand in the way of enforcing assembly’s by-laws if allow to die naturally.
Mr. Fiadomor observed that members have nothing personal against the MP but are just trying to avoid the reoccurrence of such incident in the future so the assembly can apply its by-laws.