Adwoa Safo ‘Shames’ her critics as she jams to Daddy Lumba song in new video

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Dome-Kwabenya Member of Parliament (MP), Adwoa Safo, has once again delighted fans and followers with her social media activity despite her woes back home.

A video of Sarah Adwoa Safo, cruising in a whip while singing praises to God has caused a stir online.

The clip comes amidst concerns over her absence from parliament because of her prolonged stay in the United States of America (USA).

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Adwoa Safo jams to Daddy Lumba song in new video

The MP, for close to a year, has been absent from parliament as she is domiciled in the United States of America.

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This has led to several criticisms from some of her constituents and members of her own New Patriotic Party, who have accused her of abstaining from parliament to stall government business.

She has, however, justified her absence with the need to attend to her motherly duties.

As part of her motherly duties, the MP on Tuesday attended the graduation of her son, Kelvin Ohene Kantanka Safo-Agyapong, from Applewild School in Massachusetts, United States of America.

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The footage of the happy MP singing and jamming to Daddy Lumba’s Nyame Tumi Ye praise song while on her way to her son’s graduation has gained unpleasant reactions from netizens.

Watch the video below :

Meanwhile, the Dome Kwabenya MP has been summoned to appear before the Privileges Committee of Parliament on July 6, 2022.

The MP is expected to appear before the committee in person or via zoom to explain why she has missed more than 15 sittings of the house as stipulated in Article 97 (1c) of the 1992 Constitution of Ghana.

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