Put Party Solidarity Above Close to Home Interest – Ofosu-Ampofo Urges Minority MPs, Party Chiefs


The Public Director of the Public Vote based Congress (NDC), Samuel Ofosu-Ampofo has asked quiet among the majority of the NDC following the new breaks arising between Minority MPs and gathering chiefs.

The call by the Public Director comes under 10 hours after the abdication of the MP for North Tongu and an individual from the NDC Council, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, from Parliament’s Arrangement Board of trustees Wednesday, Walk 31.

In an official statement dated Walk 31, the gathering guaranteed “one and all that the issue that have incited public editorial have been managed in a way that will advance and fortify the union of the gathering and every one of its organs”.

The assertion located by JoyNews follows a gathering by the initiative of the NDC with its Board of Older folks and the whole Parliamentary Council to address the worries of its individuals and allies.

They further requested all individuals from the gathering to “put party solidarity well beyond all interests with the goal that together, we can consider the Akufo-Addo government answerable even as we take measures to create methodologies towards the following general races”.

Written by Edet Esah


Leave a Reply



I’m Thankful Speaker Acknowledged My Acquiescence – Okudzeto Ablakwa


Asiedu Nketia’s Arrangement To Parliamentary Assistance Board Was Not In Return For Ken Ofori-Atta’s Endorsement – Haruna Iddrisu