This was after the Municipal Chief Executive appealed the ban.

The Tema Metropolitan Assembly has lifted the 6-month ban it placed on the Tema West Member of Parliament, Carlos Ahenkorah.

This was after the Municipal Chief Executive appealed the ban.

The TMA suspended Carlos Ahenkorah who is also the Deputy Minister of Trade for six months after he stopped a demolition exercise last week.

The decision was taken by the Public Relations and Complaints Committee (PRCC) of the Tema Metropolitan Assembly chaired by the presiding member of the Assembly, Richard Fiadomor.

The Tema West MP last week charged residents to stop the Tema Metropolitan Assembly task force from demolishing their properties.

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The TMA Works Engineer, Maxwell Adu Boateng who was supervising the demolition exercise said the structures were creating a nuisance on the edges of the road.

But the MP, Carlos Ahenkora who got alerted of the exercise went to the scene and urged residents to stop the task force from destroying their properties.

The MP subsequently decided to question Mr Adu Boateng about the demolition exercise.

But residents said the Works Engineer, upon sensing danger of the angry MP, fled the scene in his pickup vehicle.

The PRCC subsequently described Mr. Ahenkorah’s conduct as unfortunate.

Source: pulse.com.gh

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