You’re MP by CHANCE, so BEHAVE’ – Adom Otchere slams Zenator Rawlings

Host of Good Evening Ghana show on Metro TV, Paul Adom Otchere has lashed out at the Member of Parliament (MP) for Korle Klottey, Zanetor Rawlings for playing politics with government’s initiative to feed the vulnerable during the partial lockdown of some parts of the country.

According to him, Dr. Zenator is from a highly respected family and should behave as such.

. “Let it get into your system Dr Rawlings, you come from a privileged home…behave properly, stop misbehaving…,” he said.

“You’re a daughter of the former President. All of would have been happy to be the daughter of JJ Rawlings, I believe…this is the person that you’re emulating in politics and you come make statements that are unsubstantiated? With this huge background that you have, is that the kind of politics that you’ve turned into? We sincerely hope that this was just a blip and it would never happen again.”

Dr. Rawlings in a video sighted by thenewsgod.com, was seen very angry with how the National Disaster Management Organisation NADMO were distributing food items on party lines.

However, Paul who could not comprehend why she was angry since the food items were not shared based on party affiliations, admonished the MP to be circumspect when reacting to issues of national interest.

Paul explained that if Dr Zanetor Agyeman-Rawlings had read through her prepared comments for the second time before addressing the media, she would have behaved in a manner worthy of a parliamentarian.

“Oko Vanderpuije spoke to the minister before he spoke to the press, did you do any such thing in your Klottey-Korley constituency?” the TV broadcaster quizzed.

“…Are you learning something that as an honourable member of parliament, before you speak to the press, you must confront the allegation with the authority…you confront the allegation because you have position…you have power, you have an influence…you are an elected member of parliament, you ought to be listened to by the authorities,” Adom-Otchere said.

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