By Josephine Naaeke, GNA
Accra, Feb. 12, GNA- It was all drama, shock and surprises, when Mr Habib Saad, Member of Parliament for Bortianor-Ngleshie-Amanfro visited some communities in her constituency to check out drainage and sanitation issues.
Acting on a report on the poor drainage issue in the area, the MP decided to face the bull by the horns, by visiting the Adjorlolos, who were reportedly operating a fish-pond in the house.
To the utter surprise of the MP, other residents, and executive members of Canal Avenue Landlords Association, Mrs Regina Adjorlolo who pooped up complained that she was sick and therefore could not give any account concerning their requests.
She also told the Visitors that her husband was also sick and was even on bed and could not get up and needed to be taken to the hospital.
As she continued to talk about the sick husband, she suddenly burst out, shouting at the executives, and accusing them of earlier coming to disturb her sick husband who took them to inspect the back of her building, adding that she thought it was over and ‘you have come again, this time with a higher Authority.’
Mrs Adjorlolo said she would not allow the team to do what they had come to do in her house adding that the first visit of the executive members made the Blood pressure of the husband to rise as he had to conduct them round the house in a sick mood.
The team explained that, they were only seeking a solution to the drainage problem, but Mrs Adjorlolo continued with her quarrelsome posture, adding that she would come with her Lawyer, if the association wanted more clarifications from her.
As the team kept watching her display of anger and refusal to cooperate, her husband came out asking to know what was happening, but Mrs Adjorlolo pushed him backwards.
Mr Adjorlolo, however refused and joined the wife in shouting and accusing the executives, claiming the water was not from their fish pond.
After sometime, the team left them and went to inspect the backside of the house, where the water was flowing from a pipeline directly connected from the house of Mrs Adjorlolo to the back of their building.
Mr Habib who could not believe what he had seen said, ‘even the sick husband who she claimed could not get out of bed was fighting more than the sick wife’.
The MP later promised that he would bring some Engineers to check on the problem and find a lasting solution to the problem.