Madam Adwoa Safo has been absent from the House for a long time for which reason there are moves to get her seat declared vacant.
The MP was publicly seen on Sunday worshipping at a church in Accra.
“You know there is an important vote coming up?” Suhuyini said on Accra-based TV3 on Tuesday.
“The Finance Minister’s vote of censure, she has shown up. When did she last show up last minute? On the budget.”
The Minority will on Thursday, November 10 be expected to move its vote against Mr Ofori-Atta.
The Caucus cited mismanagement of the economy, alleged withdrawals from the Consolidated Fund, and illegal payment of oil revenues into offshore accounts among others as the grounds for the exercise.
This, Alhassan Suhuyini believes, is the motive for Adwoa Safo’s decision to come back to GHhana at this crucial period.
“For me, it is curious that an important vote is coming up…and the president has found a way and remember the president wants to save the Finance Minister at all costs, Adwoa is back,” he added.
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“If we lend ourselves by what I consider to be a very capricious ruling, then the Supreme Court would be the final arbiter,” he told JoyNews.
Her continuous absence from Parliament divided the House with the Majority interestingly taking the view that the Privileges Committee report should be final.