Majority Leader, Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu, has said that, as it stands now, he has decided he will not contest again as the Member of Parliament for the Suame constituency.
According to him, even though he has made up his mind not to contest, he is not fixated on that decision, as it is only a madman who does not change his mind.
“…so many people have asked not to talk about the issue including the national party. We are discussing it. As of today, I said I won’t contest again.”
When asked by the host if there is a possibility he may change his mind, he said, “it is only a madman who cannot change his mind but as of today, I have not changed my mind.”
Majority Leader, Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu, is one of the longest-serving members of parliament.
He joined the House as a member of Old Tafo Suame on the ticket of the NPP in 1996 but currently represents Suame Constituency after the constituency was split.
The current Majority Leader is one of the more experienced MPs with a lot of knowledge of the operations of parliament.
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