Osei-Kyei-Mensah Bonsu warns NPP: Breaking ‘The 8’ Won’t Be A Child’s Play

Mr Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu, the Member of Parliament for Suame and Minister for Parliamentary Affairs has reminded the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) of the task ahead of them in the upcoming December general elections.

According to him, breaking the 8 would not be an easy task and that it is going to be a difficult enterprise.

The former Majority leader was speaking at his Kumasi residence on Easter Monday, where he formally announced to some Chief Imams and party’s Executives and Elders that he would not be in Parliament again after the December general elections.

According to him, the party needs a united force and focus to contest the elections to break ‘the 8’.

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The former Majority Leader called on the party supporters and sympathisers to support Dr Mahammud Bawumia, the flagbearer, to win power.

The Suame MP reminded the party that other regions are looking up to the Ashanti region for inspiration, hence the need for the executives at all levels to ensure unity among the ranks.

The former Majority leader said he had achieved a lot in his constituency in terms of infrastructural development, including education and health, and urged the constituents to give all the needed support for Mr John Darko, his successor, to work closely with Dr. Mahamudu to win the December 2024 general elections.

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