The founder of The People’s Project, Kwame Asare Obeng popularly known as A Plus criticizes the Member of Parliament (MP) for Madina, Hon. Francis Xavier-Sosu, for declining police invitations after the protest in his constituency.
According to A Plus, most of Xavier-Sosu’s colleagues faced similar situations, but they all responded to the police call.
“Hon Haruna Iddrisu, a whole minority leader and other big NDC MPs honored police invitation when they were accused of taking double salary. These law abiding MPs set a good example and I expect Hon. Sosu to follow, A Plus said.
“Hon Sam Dzata George, you are doing a good job. Please ask him to honor the police invitation. Focus. Don’t be part of this bro. The guy has to go to the police,” he added after going live on Facebook talking about the same issue.
In the video, Kwame A Plus also used the arrest of Juaben MCE nominee as an example, claiming that he entertained the police call despite being a member of the ruling party.
Indeed, Ghana Police commenced investigations on Monday into certain alleged criminal acts that occurred following a protest in the Madina Constituency, led by its MP, Hon. Francis Xavier-Sosu.
The latter has subsequently been invited to assist the Police for his alleged involvement in the unlawful blockade of a road and the destruction of public property.
However, he declined the invitations citing Parliamentary privilege.