Member of Parliament for Dome-Kwabenya, Sarah Adwoa Safo, has insisted she still holds her portfolio as Ghana’s Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection.
She said she has no fears of losing her seat in Parliament.
According to her, she has also not been served to appear before the Privileges Committee of Parliament for absenting herself for more than 15 sitting days in Parliament.
Recently, it was announced that Adwoa Sarfo and some other two MPs would appear before the Privileges Committee for absenting themselves from sittings for a particular time.
But in an interview with Joy News, the controversial MP revealed that she sought permission before travelling abroad.
“I am not worried because I am very, very, prayerful and I don’t believe only in the physical, I also believe in the spiritual and I know my Lord knows exactly why I am not there and he is going to fight my battle,” Ms Safo said.
“So, as we say and have always said the battle is still the Lord’s and the Lord is going to fight my battle, I am not worried at all even in my third term election, nobody thought I would win because you know the situation I was in.”
She added, “Nobody thought I could win, even my primary, people thought I couldn’t win but God made me win, so God has the final say”.