Romance in parliament: I didn't feel any erection or sexual attraction when Ursula sat on me--- Akandoh
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Romance in parliament: I didn’t feel any erection or sexual attraction when Ursula sat on me— Akandoh

Romance in parliament: I didn’t feel any erection or sexual attraction when Ursula sat on me— Akandoh

Member of Parliament (MP) of Juaboso,  Kwabena Mintah Akandoh has stated that he never had any $exual attraction to Ms Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, the Ablekuma West MP when she sat on his lap in Parliament on Wednesday night.

According to him, he never consented to his female colleague from the New Patriotic Party (NPP ) when she sat on his lap.

Speaking in a media interview on Thursday dawn, Mr Akandoh indicated that no feelings sparked in him since they were in parliament for a job.

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He explained that the incident took place amidst confusion in the Parliamentary Chamber during the dissolution of the seventh Parliament when the NDC sat at the right side of the speaker.

Romance in parliament: I didn’t feel any erection or sexual attraction when Ursula sat on me— Akandoh

Mr Akandoh indicated that Ms Owusu-Ekuful refused to sit with her party and moved to the other side.

“We sat at the majority side, the right hand side of where the speaker sits. So when they came in, all of them moved to the minority, the left side and sat down. Ursula refused to go to that side,” he said.

Ursula Owusu-Ekuful sitting on the lap of Akandoh

Mr Akandoh further explained that the seat which Ms Owusu-Ekuful sat on was for one NDC MP so when Ms Owusu-Ekuful got up from the seat to the bathroom, he also occupied the seat since to him, it was available for anyone to sit on.

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“…And when she came back, she sat on my lap. She just sat on my lap. I didn’t want to touch her,” he added.

Reacting to the fact that Ms Owusu-Ekuful was a married woman, Mr Akandoh said he was not the one who induced her to sit on his lap, stressing that she did it from her free will.

Thus her husband should not be the one to be upset with him if his (Akandoh) wife has not commented.

Mr Akandoh demanded that Ms Owusu-Ekuful should be the one to apologise to his wife for taking in charge of his body in Parliament.

“She sat on my lap. I didn’t sit on her lap. My wife should be complaining and not her husband,” he added.

There was chaos on Wednesday night in the House after MPs from the National Democratic Congress (NDC) side occupied the seats meant for their majority colleagues, hence compelled the NPP MPs to sit at the minority section.

Source: www.spotonnews.net

Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

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