May 23, 2018

Member of Parliament for Ashiaman, Henry Norgbey has said, “the tradition of no work” when Parliament returns from recess only for them to be stressed with piled up of work towards the end of their sitting is wrong.

According to the Ashiaman legislator, the situation where towards the end of every meeting, work is piled on MPs forcing them to close as late as 10:00 in the night, does not afford them to do proper work.

Mr. Norgbey reitreated that since becoming an MP in the seventh Parliament of the fourth Republic, it has been a tradition of the current government not to do anything serious at the beginning of their sitting.

The ruling New Patriotic party(NPP)  government is not prepared to rule Ghana, they were fortunate to get elected, they do not have a clear cut policy procedure to follow when it comes to governance,  he lamented.

We the opposition MPs are doing our best to bring the National Democratic Congress (NDC)  back to power; we are putting government on its toes not only in Parliament but in our various constituencies, he added.

Again we are in touch with our constituents and telling them what is happening in Parliament and in government and when we have an opportunity we bring development projects to the constituency.

By: Kwaku Sakyi-Danso/