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Nanton MP Mohammed Hardi Tufeiru has investigated how he became involved in a fatal accident on Walk 31 on his way to the House for an urgent decision on three duties.

The MP, who serves as a horticultural agent, owned up to Accra-based Citi FM that he was over-speeding, which caused the mishap.

He related how he was riding in an Uber back to Parliament from the accident scene when some partners noticed his condition and took him to the bathroom for medical care.

Before a passage point was made at the upper right fifty percent of his eye, where he held a significant cut, among other things, he was imbued. He reiterated his desire to vote on the three bills in the chamber amidst all of this.

“You might not have understood what was going on, but you probably know the important bills we needed to pass; Sincerely, I am unaware of any consequences for you or anyone else.

He told Eyewitness News have Umaru Sanda Amadu on April 3: ” I had to do whatever was necessary to pass the bill because I stood up for Ghana, my party, and my government.

The host asked the following: Did you consider that paying the bill was more important than living? The response of the MP was: Yes, indeed; you can take it that way if you require it. I’m fine.

The accompanying three new charges were ultimately established with his vote: The Growth and Sustainability Levy Bill, the Excise Duty Amendment Bill, and the Income Tax Amendment Bill of 2022.

The Minority had vehemently opposed the Bills’ passage, challenging the Speaker of Parliament’s decision made by voice vote.

The 136 NDC MPs needed to be defeated by every Majority MP, according to a head count of the contestants.

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