Osei-Kyei Mensah-Bonsu is being dishonest for what Bagbin was voted for – Apaak

This, as per Dr Apaak, is on the grounds that NPP MPs couldn’t have ever concurred that Mr Bagbin be confirmed as Speaker in the event that they had a decision.

“Rt. Hon. Sumana Bagbin was properly chosen as the Speaker of the eighth Parliament of the Republic of Ghana. This was notwithstanding every one of the plots, plans, and tricks of Mr Akufo-Addo as conveyed by his thugs following a gathering the evening of January sixth and the early long stretches of January seventh,” he added.

The remarks by Dr Apaak follow a few charges made by the head of the NPP council, Osei-Kyei Mensah-Bonsu that the party chose to bargain for the workplace of the Speaker of Parliament to be presented on the up-and-comer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Alban Sumana Bagbin.

Sponsorship this case, the Deputy Chief Whip for the NPP, Habib Iddrisu, likewise uncovered that both Mr Bagbin and Professor Mike Oquaye surveyed 136 votes each in the political decision held in the Chamber of Parliament on Thursday, January 7, 2020.

However, rubbishing the cases in a post on his Facebook page, Dr Apaak said “Kyei Mensah Bonsu should quit being egotistical.

“We casted a ballot each of the 275 of us. The polling booth was opened and the voting forms arranged. There was one spoilt voting form subsequent to arranging as per the quantity of competitors: Prof. Mike Oquaye number 1 and Alban Sumana Bagbin number 2. The decisions in favor of Prof. Oquaye tallied were 136.

“It was after this that we in the NDC began jubilating on the grounds that the result was self-evident, that our Father and chosen one, Hon. Bagbin had won. Plainly, with just a single spoilt polling form, regular maths showed that Bagbin acquired 138 votes. For those bad at maths, 275 short 1+136=137. At the point when 137 is deducted from 275 the appropriate response is 138,” he clarified.

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