Minority Members in Parliament are calling on President Mills to resign from his executive duties for his handling of issues relating to the payment of GHS58 million judgment debt to Alfred Agbesi Woyome.

They are also calling on him to reinstate former Minister of Justice and Attorney General, Martin Amidu immediately.

The Member of Parliament for Bosomtwi constituency in the Ashanti Region, Simon Osei Mensah said the fact that Executive Director of EOCO, Mordey Akpadzi stated that President Mills, on two occasions, asked that Mr. Woyome should not be paid but twice that directive was violated and the payments made, indicated that President Mills should be questioned.

According to Simon Osei Mensah, the President was not honest with the people of Ghana in the payment of GHS58 million judgment debts.

Simon Osei Mensah said there will be a serious leadership crisis in the country if President Mills is at post.

Meanwhile, the Member of Parliament for Amenfi East, Joseph Boahen Adu has told Adom News, the ECOCO reports suggest weakness in President Mill’s leadership style.

He said the reports vindicated former ministers who refused invitation by Economic and Organised Crimes Office (EOCO).

However, the Member of Parliament for Adenta Constituency, Mr Adu Asare has described as shameful, the Minority’s rush to pass judgment while investigations have not been concluded.

Latest development is that under fire National Democratic Congress (NDC) financier Alfred Woyome has been picked up by the security agencies following orders from President John Evans Atta Mills.

Woyome was arrested on his way to work on Friday.