Until President Mahama sacks Elvis Afriyie Ankrah from his government, he would never be considered a serious leader by Hon. Titus Glover.
The Member of Parliament for Tema East Constituency, slammed the president over his decision to protect and house the former Youth and Sports minister when it was evident that he was directly involved in squandering monies which were sent to Brazil.
He argues that if President Mahama sees nothing wrong with realigning himself with a “corrupt” person like Elvis Afriyie Ankrah, then he can boldly state that the president has “endorsed corruption”.
Watch his submission below
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