Member of Parliament for Nhyiaeso, Dr. Stephen Amoah has explained his reason for using big, hilarious vocabularies on the floor of Parliament while debating on corruption.
He was heard using words such as ‘mango-jango’, higgledy-piggledy and ‘abracadabra’ to express the worrying effects of corruption in Ghana.
He has since gone viral on social media with many Ghanaians wondering the essence of all those vocabularies in Parliament.
Speaking in an interview with Joy news, Dr Amoah explained that his comment meant that both Caucuses of the House should bury the argument on corruption and address the menace.
He said they all add up to spice the mood in Parliament.
“I use those words; higgledy-piggledy, mango-jango, and abracadabra because they all vocabularies and I think I use them in the right context. Sometimes you need to spice the debate. I was trying to say that we should bury this disorderliness, this debate, this argument, and confusion.
They just came, I didn’t decide. I was just flowing and it came and sometimes you need to spice up the debate. It’s not all the time that Parliament needs to be serious, argument, it’s like we are fighting. They were all happy and excited,” he explained.