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Hung Parliament is God’s design to unite Ghana – BT Baba, Talensi MP

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The hung Parliament may be God’s strategic plan to unite Parliament, political parties and the country as a whole. It may also be God’s plan to compel the two leading political parties; the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the National Democratic Congress (NDC), to work together to foster the rapid development of the country.

This is according to the Member of Parliament for the Talensi Constituency in the Upper East Region, Benson Tongo Baba (BT Baba). He said this when he spoke on the Day Break Upper East Show today, Tuesday, May 31, 2022.

He said while the governing NPP are scheming to deliberately reduce the numbers of the NDC MPs in Parliament, the hung Parliament is a stark reminder to the leading political parties to bury their differences, build consensus and develop the country.

“Even though there are manoeuvres to reduce our numbers, the government of the day should collaborate with us to be able to move this country to the next step. We are prepared at all times to do that. They [the NPP] are looking at what happened in the 7th Parliament [where there was] winner takes all. So whether you were supporting a decision or a bill or whatever, they take the decision the way they want to.”

“This current situation, it is by the design of the Almighty God to unite the country and bring us together as one people to work together for the development of the country and the benefit of the poor and vulnerable in our society,” he said.

The MP reminded the government that it is only there on behalf of the people and as such, must work with the first thought of developing the country.

Earlier, the MP suggested that the Talensi Constituency could become a hub for poultry production because of the investments he’s made in the sector.

He also mentioned that the Constituency benefitted from many road projects under the NDC administration.

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Ghana

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