Upper West Regional Minister, Alhassan Sulemana has shared his lessons in ‘purgatory’ after he was reinstated last week.
An elated and forever laughing Mr Sulemana told Joy News’ Seth Boateng in an interaction that his time in suspension has taught him not to allow social issues conflict with official business.
“What I did, I felt it was a social responsibility but while I was in the house I reflected that, officially, I shouldn’t have done that,” he said.
Mr Sulemana was alleged to have meddled in the duty of the police after some NPP thugs were arrested for attacking some officers of the Upper West National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO).
Speaking to Joy News after his reinstatement an excited Sulemana who couldn’t stop laughing, recounted his reinstatement meeting with the President and also shared some lessons the episode has taught him.
Watch his interview with Seth below.