The Majority Caucus, comprised of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Group and Independent MP, have kept up that they form the Majority Caucus in Parliament, and its leader is the Majority Leader of the House.
As needs be, they anticipate their colleagues from the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to regard the position, regardless of whether it is one individual that gives them the supremacy as far as numerical strength strength.
Furthermore, they approached Speaker Alban Bagbin to hold this view as such so that there would be consistency by they way they are tended to.
At the question and answer session on Wednesday, Mr Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu demanded that he was the Majority Leader; and the NPP Side, with the Independent MP, Mr Andrew Asiamah Amoako is the Majority Caucus.
The Majority Leader was not content with the situation of the NDC Caucus on the Speaker’s affirmation of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and Independent MP as constituting the Majority Caucus.
He was additionally not content with the NDC MPs position on the resulting sharing of equivalent seats on the Appointments and Business Committee, which were to be led generally by NPP MPs.
He should be Father for All”, Majority Leader Osei Kyei-Mensah Bonsu stated, in an evident reference to the Speaker’s experience as a previous Member of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC).
With new Ministers of State yet to be vetted following the President Akufo-Addo’s nomination. The NPP won and their vetting yet to take place, the NPP Caucus said “it’s obvious that NDC does not want Ministers to be approved hence their actions.
Also, the NPP MPS were not happy with a statement by Mr Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, MP for North Tongu, for wishing would-be government appointees well as they prepare for the public hearing of the Appointment Committee in the coming days.