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Fomena Independent MP’s Return To NPP On The Way

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“Though being independent and 2nd deputy speaker of the 8th parliament of the republic of Ghana, I will do business with the NPP”.

This statement has put many people in suspense. A release indicating that the MP for Fomena Constituency and 2nd Deputy Speaker, Honourable Andrew Asiamah Amoako has affirmed to cooperate with the NPP caucus in parliament despite being independent and or 2nd deputy speaker.

And according to the release, he declared he shall by purpose transact business in the house associates with the NPP caucus in the eighth parliament of Ghana irrespective of his positions. Indeed, for avoidance of doubt, he affirmed his position to cooperate and collaborate with the NPP caucus in the eighth parliament of Ghana.

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This is calling for someone to think of his return to NPP is on the way. It will not surprise people to hear he is aspiring on the ticket of NPP come 2024 as MP for Fomena Constituency.

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He might have thought twice to realize that it was by virtue he won the Fomena seat as independent candidate and history may not repeat itself easily so he must belong to NPP though there were some hitches of misunderstanding between himself and the mother-party (NPP).

To completely bury the hatches, the Fomena MP issued this statement to clear way for him to be aspirant in 2024 on the ticket of NPP and to affirm that he is supporting them in all their parliamentary affairs despite his current positions.

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