Private legal practitioner Samson Lardy Anyenini has lashed out NPP MPs as being cowards for their failure to reveal the identity of the businessman who allegedly tried to bribe them.
He intimates that, their failure makes them complicit in a crime that should have been reported to the police.
Sampson Lardy noted that the NPP MPs would have named the businessman whom he noted engaged in a crime if he was a known member of the opposition National Democratic Congress(NDC).
“What exactly are they [NPP MP’s] afraid of? They cannot be scared of naming this businessman. Just imagine that this businessman was on the political divide on the other side. Would these MP’s have told us about a businessman who brought bribes to them without naming him? They are teaching the very wrong things to our community,” he said on Newsfile.
He challenged the majority members of parliament to proceed to put out the name of the said businessman as prove of their sanctity in the corruption allegation, he called them out as cowards instead of the Honourable men they are meant to be.
“If you men want us to continue to refer to you as honorable men of that parliament, please name the businessman to start with or say no more about this situation. Until they name this businessman, these [MP’s] are no honorable people. These are cowards who must be told exactly who they are,” Sampson added.
Meanwhile, Majority Leader Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu has confirmed the attempted bribery of the members of will be investigated.