Second Deputy Majority Whip, Habib Iddrisu, has moved for NDC's National Communications Officer Sammy Gyamfi to be referred to the Privileges Committee over his social media attacks on leadership of the Minority Caucus of the House and the Speaker.
He made the move in a sitting chaired by Second Deputy Speaker, Andrew Asiamah Amoako Thursday.
"Mr Speaker, I hereby draw the attention of the House to comments made by Sammy Gyamfi, the Communications Officer of the NDC. Mr Speaker, this is an attack on the Speakership and the leadership of this House. Under Order 27, I want to move that this should be referred to the Committee of Privileges as precedence in this House has already shown and latest was yesterday," he stated.
Mr Gyamfi in a post on social media in March this year criticized the party's leadership in Parliament following the vetting and approval of some minister-designates the party had opposed.
The party had directed its members to vote against some of the nominees especially those with security portfolios.
Below are details of the post on Facebook
Comrades, the betrayal we have suffered in the hands of the Speaker of Parliament, Rt. Hon. Alban Bagbin, the leadership of our Parliamentary group, particularly Hon. Haruna Iddrissu and Hon. Muntaka Mubarak, and dozens of our own MPs, is what strengthens me to work hard for the great NDC to regain power.
"They brazenly defied the leadership of the party and betrayed the collective good for their selfish interest. And we, must not let them succeed in their parochial quest to destroy the NDC, the party that has done so much for them and all of us. The shame they have brought on the party will forever hang like an albatross around their necks.
These are hard times for all of us but we should not let the betrayal of a few quench our love for the great NDC. Rather, let it strengthen us to fight for this party. We all have an equal stake in this party. They are few, we are many. Some have sold their conscience but ours is intact. And we, can work together to rebuild the party from the ashes of 3rd March, 2021, which I call "Black Wednesday "- Our day of self-inflicted shame.
This is the time for us to insist on the right changes in the leadership of the NDC group in Parliament or forget about them completely. The current leadership have lost their moral authority to lead and are not fit to sit on the front bench of the NDC side of the house. More importantly, it's about time we understood, that we don't have any NDC Speaker of Parliament. No we don't! We have a Speaker who rode on the back of the NDC into Office to pursue his own parochial agenda and nothing more. You trust them, at your own peril".