Social media users have reacted to the Minority's decision to walk out of Parliament when the President delivered the State of the Nation Address (SONA) on Thursday, February 20, 2020.
Clad in black, one after the other, the minority members of parliament â€˜angerlyâ€™ walked out of the chamber shortly after President Akufo-Addo took his seat.
Social media users who were keenly following the proceedings on television, radio and online couldn't believe their eyes.
Many have condemned the NDC's action.
Below are some comments from social media users:
— Macall Mensah (@Macall_Mensah) February 20, 2020
See the Minority too? They want to come back to power wih this attitude #SONA2020 they will do worse— Senyo Inspires 💫 (@SenyoPeterAmega) February 20, 2020
Any media house that call on the minority to speak to issues regarding #SONA2020 will be doing Ghanaians a great i justice, folks did not stay to listen, wonder what they will be speaking to actually— Kwame Obiri-Yeboah I (@leximystic) February 20, 2020
https://twitter.com/iamfelixg/status/1230482900409253889 https://twitter.com/AfiaEnglish/status/1230482501392568322 https://twitter.com/AfiaEnglish/status/1230481813770002432
NDC yawa party— Tompo 💯 (@Aroma1_gh) February 20, 2020
The number of votes NDC gets this 2020 will tell us the number of idiots we have in Ghana#SONA2020
This isn’t the first time tho but then it’s shameful . #SONA2020— Mr Raptalk (@Owghana) February 20, 2020
That's so wrong and unpatriotic of the minority being that this is a very serious business of the nation.— Mr. Slim (@ebenezer_slim) February 20, 2020
For God sake you owe the people of Ghana (the very people that elected you) a duty to accountability.
So the state of the nation address no, If u sit down n listen, what good is it gonna do to you???we no get time for such things oo💯😂😂😂Like i go tk watch Johnny Sins😂😂😂😂#SONA2020— DisTurB🎮 (@DisTurB____) February 20, 2020