There is drama in Parliament following a decision by members of the National Democratic Congress to sit on the majority side of Parliament as the 7th Parliament prepares for dissolution to pave way for the inauguration of the 8th Parliament.
This decision, however, did not go down well with members of the New Patriotic Party.
The NDC MPs have long contended that they hold the Majority in Parliament despite coming away from the polls with the same number of seats as the New Patriotic Party Caucus; 137 apiece.
When the bulk of the NPP MPs arrived, they opted to sit at the Minority side for the time being.
But some NPP MPs like Peter Amewu, K.T. Hammond and Ursula Owusu-Ekuful challenged the NDC MPs who hooted back at them.
Mr. Amewu, a first-time MP, appeared to be the most vexed by the conduct of the NDC MPs.
Mrs. Owusu-Ekuful for a period vowed not to sit down till she was given a seat in the Majority side.
One of the most anticipated moment occurred when the independent candidate for Fomena, Andrew Amoako Asiamah, walked in and sat with the NPP MPs sparking praise songs from them.
His alliance with them would give them one extra seat over the NDC Caucus.
Following his arrival, Mrs. Owusu-Ekuful proceeded to sit amongst the NDC MPs on the Majority side.