In order for them to sit at the right-hand side of the Speaker, some Members of Parliament on the side of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) arrived in the House at 4:00 am.
The NPP MPs say they now form the Majority in the House after the Independent MP Andrew Asiamah has decided to transact business with their side.
There was drama in Parliament following a decision by members of the National Democratic Congress to sit on the majority side of Parliament last week when the 7th Parliament prepares for dissolution to pave way for the inauguration of the 8th Parliament.
The decision did not go well on the NPPs side who forced to sit on the Majority side.
Meanwhile, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Members of Parliament have said they have no difficulty in sitting at the left side of the Speaker.
The leader of the side, Haruna Iddrisu says they have no difficulty sitting on the left side of the Speaker.
At a press conference on Thursday, the legislator said they have no difficulty as long as their numerical strength in the house is respected.
“We have no difficulty sitting to the left of the Speaker so as long as our numerical strength is respected and respected in the composition of committees and the determination of the leadership of committees, while we continue to pursue legitimate and constitutional processes to procure what we deserve as a majority party.”
“Someone will say what is on the left and what is on the right, we have no difficulty at all but we think that given what we shared with you and guided by…constitutional provisions and evidence by the fact that Fomena MP is not joining the NPP and cannot join the NPP by the constitutional framework as I referred to Article 97.”