Member of Parliament for the Abirim Constituency, John Frimpong Osei’s question to the Minister of Energy on Thursday drew prolong laughter from the Parliamentarians present in the august House. The MP simply wanted to know when some communities in his Constituency will be connected to the national grid, however the sexually suggestive names of the communities rather took the shine out of the otherwise very important question.
The communities that took the attention of the MPs were:
“Kote ye aboa” literally meaning the penis is vile, “etwe nim nyansa” translated to mean the vagina is wise and “hwoa ye mbobo” meaning the testicles are pitiful, among others.
The chief and queen mother of “Koti ye aboa” and “hwoa ye mbobo” were reportedly present at Parliament to observe proceedings.
Below is the video of what transpired in Ghana’s Parliament on Thursday: