Voting numbers can be very important, and they are even more important in parliamentary procedures and business to get public policies and businesses running.
However, the Dome-Kwabenya Member of Parliament, Sarah Adwoa Safo, has disappointed her Caucus on numerous important issues.
On March 23, 2023, every Majority and Minority Member of Parliament was expected to be present, but Madam Safo was once more absent.
It became abundantly clear as one passed through the Majority Caucus side that the MP had not joined her colleagues.
It would be reviewed that the Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection on a few events during the section of Electronic Exchange Duty (E-Toll) was not accessible to persuade her to be important for the side to get the numbers required.
Her side made decisions frequently without her involvement. She went missing once more yesterday, and nobody knows when she will be in the House to conduct business.
In the meantime, the Minority raised a red flag about the non-availability of the reports, which caused a lot of back and forth between Majority and Minority members regarding the ministerial appointment voting.
Restoring calm required the intervention of Speaker Alban Sumana Kingsford Bagbin.