Members of Parliament for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) have taken over the majority side as the house readies to dissolve the 7th Parliament of the Fourth Republic.
Our reporter on the ground reports the NDC MPs were the first to arrive in the chamber and they proceeded to the right hand side which belongs to the majority side.
According to our reporter, the NDC MPs removed the name tags of the NPP MPs and occupied their space. The NPP MPs were who arrived later did not have a choice than to go sit on the left hand side of the house.
Member of Parliament for Adansi-Asokwa, Kobina Tahir Hammond, tried to ask the NDC MPs to move to their side but he was restrained.
For the way forward, our reporter tells us leadership of both side would have to go into conclave to resolve the matter.