Speaker of Parliament, Rt. Hon. Edward Doe Adjaho, is urging law makers in the country who do not have faith in the legislature to begin looking elsewhere to pursue their political career.
According to him, Parliament has always stood the test of time and diligently honoured its responsibilities to the admiration of all.
Based on this, he said he has so much trust in Parliament that it will always deliver.
“I’ve said it and I will continue to say it – I have faith in this House. Those who don’t have faith in this House should look for the alternative,” he said at the opening of a three-day post-budget workshop for Members of Parliament (MPs) Tuesday.
Commenting further, he urged the law makers to try as much as possible to identify the critical issues in the 2016 Budget and Financial Policy Statement of the government and debate it rather than focusing on personalities.
“If I may be permitted, people are expecting how you are going to debate issues on energy. There are pertinent issues and people expect how the 2016 budget is going to address that.”