Member of Parliament for the Builsa South Constituency, Dr. Clement Apaak has asked supporters and sympathizers of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to keep faith with the minority caucus in Parliament.
According to him, they will redeem themselves when they return from recess, to become heroes again as they started on a high note on January 7th, 2020.
On his Twitter page copied to A1 Radio, Dr. Apaak noted that though the actions and inactions of the minority caucus in Parliament in approving the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori Atta and other ministerial appointments of the Nana Addo led government who were not expected to be approved but all hopes is not lost as they will still hold the government accountable.
He said “We started on a high note on January 7th, ended on a low note on March 30th; went from heroes to villains. Lessons learned, we will redeem ourselves on return from recess, we will become heroes again. Once bitten twice shy! Keep the faith with the minority caucus.”
Dr. Apaak, also stressed that the need for supporters and leadership of the NDC party to restructure and reorganize the party as the quest for power come 2024 elections can not be overlooked.
The MP said, “Victory comes 2024 is a done deal and who did what, at what time is not necessary at this time, we have to look beyond what happens in Parliament and concentrate on building the party structures.”
He however called the grassroots supporters of the party to show respect to the minority caucus in Parliament and keep faith with them.
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