There was drama in Parliament on Friday after Information Minister Kojo Oppong Nkrumah described former Deputy Energy Minister John Jinapor as “Papa no.”
This phrase ‘Papa no’ has become popular on social media after actress Tracey Boakye used it repeatedly to describe a married man she claims she and musician Mzbel are in the same relationship with.
Well, it found its way onto the floor of parliament late Friday night as the house approved the Agyapa Royalties Limited agreement.
“Mr Speaker, I want to encourage my colleagues on the other side. I want to encourage my good friend who just spoke (John Jinapor). In my hometown, we will say, ‘Papa no.’ ‘Papa no.’ I want to encourage ‘Papa no’ to take some time and follow the structure of this conversation and support,” the Ofoase Ayirebi MP told the House.
His comment has brought about fury in members of the National Democratic Congress who have take the Minister to the cleaners on various social media platforms.
Musician and politician Kwame A-Plus has also descended heavily on Information Minister, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah and claims the state official is addicted to p0rn0graphy.
A-Plus said the minister used to come to his home with a pen drive full of p0rn0graphic materials.
He also accused Kojo Oppong Nkrumah of sleeping with a presidential advisor’s wife.
“After chopping a presidential advisor’s wife and breaking his home you have the guts to talk about “Papa no.” Presidential material my foot. You drink more than Papa no. You chop girls more than papa no. When it comes to morals we are all not clean.
If he is “Papa no” you are also “abrantiɛ no!!!” You used to come to my house with pono on a pen drive to watch on a projector because you want to see everything clear like Kofi TV. Today you are acting like a Saint just to deceive the people. Fake life nkoaaa.
I hate it when men act clean and talk about another man’s promiscuity. Me, after I post, I won’t come and read comment!!! I’m gone!!! You can fight with your”, he wrote