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The Majority Leader in Parliament, Hon Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu has called on all aggrieved parties including the Minority side of the house to use the Christmas season to resolve all matters arising after the elections that was held on December 7, 2020.
“Mr Speaker, Christmas is just ahead of us and those of us who are Christians, Christmas marks a period of reconciliation between God and mankind, I do know that post-election there have been so many issues,”
“Let’s use this as a nation, the Christmas period as a nation to reconcile and come back much more united to pursue the course of God and country”, he said.
The Suame MP’s comments comes after the National Democratic Congress MPs stage a walk yesterday to express their displeasure of the election results.
In his closing remarks, the Majority used the opportunity to wish all of us including the speakership, the leadership of the House, colleague members and indeed the Clerk and his staff a merry and prosperous New Year, I thank you very much.”
He also expressed consolation to MPs who will not return to the house all the best in their endeavors.
“Mr Speaker, once against let me congratulate members, for those of them who went into the battle, in the general elections, they put up a good fight, many have returned and they’re going to be part of the 8th Parliament of the Fourth Republic, for those of them who were not successful, let me wish them a better luck next time”.
“I know some of them may want to stage a comeback so we want to congratulate them, but the fight we put up they were not successful but they should not be daunted because as it said in this world when one door is closed another may open,” he said.
Source: Ghana Waves