'Ɛtwɛ nim nyansa' and 'Korti yɛ aboa'

'Ɛtwɛ nim nyansa' and 'Korti yɛ aboa'

Parliament sets 7-member committee to rename ‘Ɛtwɛ nim nyansa’ and ‘Korti yɛ aboa’

Parliament has set up a 7-member committee to to find suitable names to rename ‘Ɛtwɛ nim nyansa’ and ‘Korti yɛ aboa’ villages.

The Speaker of Parliament, Professor Mike Ocquaye, who formed the Committee said, under Article 109 of the Constitution, Parliament has the power to rename villages, towns and even the entire country if it finds it appropriate.

The Speaker said, so far, this concerns Ghana so Parliament has to intervene to find appropriate names for ‘Ɛtwɛ nim nyansa’ and ‘Korti yɛ aboa’ since children under 18 also live there.

The Minority Chief Whip, Mohammed Muntaka Mubarak and Majority Leader, Osei kyei-Mensah-Bonsu agreed that, the special committee be set up to rename the villages as people can’t be having orgasms just by taking a walk in the villages.

Reports from ‘Ɛtwɛ nim nyansa’ and ‘Korti yɛ aboa’ in the Aberim constituency which would be connected to the national grid indicate that, domestic tourism has increased and intense traffic jam after their names were mentioned in parliament. Ghanaians have traveled to the villages in their numbers to either enjoy the orgasms the villages provide.

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