Fomena MP: President Akufo Addo forces Fomena NPP Chairman to resign

To honour his part of the deal with the MP before he agreed to NPP in the 8th Parliament

The 8th Parliament promises to be the ‘most-wanted’ parliament in the history of Ghana’s Parliamentary systems where the opposition is almost at pare with the ruling government.

The Story of the Fomena MP, coupled with the NDC’s almost at equal number with the NPP can create some sort of cohesion between both sides of the house. Lawyer Andrew Amoako Assiamah will be the biggest decider, but his unending affiliation with the NPP can somehow halt this from happening.

NPP has started their reformulation as part of their enquiries into why they lost marginally in the parliamentary elections to the NDC. Their lost may be attributed to their inability to concentrate in expanding the resource base of the grassroot but rather priming so much on the Free SHS which is a national policy and caters for the entire population. These, therefore affected their parliamentary candidates, where they lost 30 seats.

President Akufo Addo forces Akwasi Nti to resign, after he had already pledged to retire if he does not retain the NPP seat in Fomena. This has therefore help the President and his party to push the Fomena NPP Chairman into retirement.

Akwasi Nti has lead the NPP Party within the constituency for many years and has being reported to have said he will unseat every MP after 4 years.

However, he failed this time. The MP, Lawyer Andrew Amoako Assiamah filed this time as an independent candidate, forcing his party to suspend him indefinitely from the party.

Akwasi Nti has finally resigned after he lost his bid to unseat the MP. He came back to his earlier promise to resign as party chairman.

When is the next deal coming for the Fomena MP, as one deal done.

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