Build the strongest sense of inclusiveness among the party’s grassroots, Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu to fellow MPs

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Hon. Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu, the Member of Parliament (MP) for the Suame Constituency in the Ashanti Region, continues to uphold the highest values of servant leadership by making himself available to the Party’s grassroots through engagements.

Normally, one would assume that the Parliament’s recess gives its members “Rest Periods.”

However, the Recess has been jam-packed with works for Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu.

The day before Parliament recessed, he left Ghana to perform other parliamentary duties abroad.

The first step was accepting an invitation to attend the National Conference of State Legislators, which this year was hosted in Denver, Colorado and featured legislators from every state in the USA.

Then came the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association Conference, which was held in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and was hosted by Canada. At this conference, the Majority Leader was chosen to serve as the association’s vice chairman, which represents 17,000 lawmakers from 180 parliaments representing 56 Commonwealth nations.

The engagements with the Organization of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (OACPS), the European Union, the European Union Parliament, the Belgian Foreign Ministry, and lastly NATO came next.

The amiable and modest Servant of Suame thinks that in all of these, the NPP’s success in the elections of December 2024 depends on an informed grassroots party.

As always, he gave interactions with Polling Station Executives a high priority.

The goal is to equip them with the necessary knowledge on important matters from Parliament, party developments, governance difficulties, and the economic state of the nation that has prompted the country’s dialogue with the IMF.

According to Hon Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu, these four subject areas, when combined with our better comparative records over the NDC, would help our illustrious tradition win in December 2024 once more.

‘What fascinates me the most is the sense of belongingness that is usually generated amongst the party grassroots after these meetings. I sincerely believe other Members of Parliament would follow suite and ensure the Party’s base is well-informed, not only for the ‘Agenda Breaking the 8’, but to dismantle the NDC propaganda and wild allegations usually levelled against our government’ Majority Leader opined.

Source: Ghanatodayonline.com/Agyemang Richard

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