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Be careful constituents don’t drain your pockets- Speaker to MPs

Anti-Gay Bill: Voting will be public- Speaker

Be careful constituents don’t drain your pockets-Speaker to MPs

Speaker of Parliament, Alban Bagbin, has cautioned MPs and Ministers of State about the mentality of the Ghanaian in depleting individuals in power of their assets, resoyy and leaving them dry to kick the bucket pitiably.

As per the speaker, MPs and Politicians who work to utilize their own assets on constituents wind up being obliterated by similar individuals they serve to the degree that when they exit power they become miserable.

The previous Nadowli-Kaleo MP who until the eighth parliament was the longest-serving legislator, bemoaned the sorry condition of previous Politicians in the nation crediting something similar to the idea of Ghana’s governmental issues.

Talking in parliament today, the Speaker charged MPs not to spend a lot on decisions since the appreciation is for the most part low from the electorates leaving them in colossal obligations particularly when they don’t win.

“That is what is befalling previous Members of Parliament and Ministers of State, you are obliterated to the degree that you have no worth in the general public. In the mean time, all that you have been doing go to others and not to yourself.

“All of you know it, what number of you work and keep the cash in your pocket? Only a couple may be good to go or something and proceeding possibly putting something there. Be that as it may, most of the MPs sweat to fulfill the expectations, yearnings and requirements of their constituents. By the day’s end after you battle to win primaries or you lose you have no pesewa in your pocket. Similar individuals will affront you in the voting public.”

Anti-Gay Bill: Voting will be public- Speaker


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