In a surprising turn of events, Mohamed Bangura, a prominent member of the All People’s Congress (APC), made a defiant move by appearing in Parliament, despite the party’s decision for all elected APC MPs to boycott parliamentary proceedings.

The party’s unanimous agreement came after their defeat in the recent general election. Bangura’s decision to attend the parliamentary session has raised eyebrows and sparked discussions within the political landscape.

Out of the 54 APC MPs elected in the recent general election, Bangura stood apart by choosing to attend Parliament despite the party’s decision to boycott government proceedings in response to their electoral defeat.

After subscribing to the oath of office, in the sixth parliament, Bangura emphasized his commitment to being an integral part of the democratic process in the country.