Parliament Thrown In To Laughter After MP Mention Profane Name Of Communities (Watch Video

Parliamentarians on Thursday morning, couldn’t hold their laughter when MP for Abirem constituency, John Frimpong Osei mentioned some communities in his constituency that he wants them added to the National grid.

Although he was asking a serious question, the sexually suggestive names of some of the communities in his constituency got the whole of parliament laughing.

He mentioned names like “Kote y3 Aboa” “3tw3 nim nyansa”  and that got most MPs who were familiar with the Twi language burst into laughter.

While “kote ye aboa” literally means the penis is a fool, “etwe nim nyansa” literally means the vagina is wise.

The MP’s question revealed that the constituency has many other interesting names, including Kyiri Ahantan, which literally means hate pride.

The legislator asked, “whether the ministry had plans to provide off-grid electricity to the following communities in the Abirem constituency which are difficult to be connected to the national grid;

Kyiri Ahantan

Tw3 winso

Etwe Nim Nyansa

Kote Ye Aboa

Hwoa Ye Mmobo

Akyekyeresu

Tetteh Brofo

Asarekrom

Alhajikrom

Yaw Broni”

The Energy Minister, Boakye Agyarko responded that the Ministry will soon conduct a survey to ascertain the best way to get the communities connected to the national grid, but not without a humorous remark about the name of the town.

“Mr. Speaker, I now understand why the Member from Abirem belongs to a happy lot coming from a constituency with such names, you can’t only be happy. The House is agog this morning and I was expecting a full house, but the tedium of the house that we get some comic relief now and then… I suspect that providing them with electricity may interfere with the nocturnal activities as suggested by their names” he said.

“He further answered that the ministry will explore the possibility of connecting them through off-grid or mini-grid solutions. The ministry has noted the request and will conduct an engineering survey to determine the best means of providing electricity to these communities in line with the electrification programme.”

But that did not take the minds of the MPs away from the interesting names of the towns in the constituency.

Seated in the public gallery as the question was asked on behalf of the residents and subsequently answered were the Chief and Queen mother of Kote Ye Aboa and Hwoa ye Mmobo.

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