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Another Parliament Fight As MPs Exchange Punches At The Chamber (Video)

Africa is a very shameful continent with how our leaders will do anytime just to gain power with greediness and in violent ways.

Just recently, Ghana members of the Parliaments were seen fighting in the Parliament house by exchanging heavy punches into their faces which even led to minor wounds.

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The members of Parliament in Kenya have taken this same route to fight over the passing of a bill which has led to a riot.

I thought it’s only happened in Ghana but no, other African countries’ MPs also do the same. You can see this in the white man’s land never.

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