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Hon. Osei Kyei Mensah officially announces his exit from parliament to Suame Tradtional Council

The outgoing Member of Parliament and Minister of Parliamentary Affairs, Hon. Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu, officially announced his departure from Parliament to the Suame Traditional authorities.

In a meeting with chiefs within the Suame municipality on Monday, April 1, at his residence in Kumasi, the lawmaker outlined some of the major achievements accomplished during his tenure. This act, he explained, was part of his regular accountability to his constituents.

Hon. Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu chose not to seek re-election in the last NPP Parliamentary primaries after serving the constituency for twenty-seven years.

Thus, he deemed it necessary to formally inform the kingmakers in the Municipality about his departure.

Addressing the chiefs, Hon. Kyei Mensah highlighted the significant developmental projects undertaken during his leadership. He expressed gratitude to the chiefs for their prayers and unwavering support throughout his tenure.

He mentioned that hundreds of individuals have benefited from his scholarship schemes and educational initiatives. Additionally, he provided computers, laptops, books, and dual chairs to enhance education within the municipality.

Regarding the issue of erratic power supply, he disclosed that over four thousand mini electricity transformers were installed in the Constituency to address power fluctuations.

Hon. Kyei Mensah thanked the chiefs and urged them to support the newly elected candidate to represent the party in Parliament.

He emphasized the importance of unity within the party to ensure success in the upcoming 2024 elections, urging party members to overcome any obstacles hindering the party's progress.

Highlighting some of the projects undertaken during Hon. Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu's tenure, Hon. Maxwell Ofosu Boakye, MCE for Suame, mentioned that the completion of the SDA hospital at Breman was funded by the MP's common fund.

He also noted that accommodation for health workers at the facility was constructed using the common fund.

Furthermore, he highlighted that the completed but yet-to-be-commissioned GNPC hospital at Kwabra was also funded by the Suame lawmaker.

Additionally, the Suame Magazine hospital received support from the MP with an injection of about Ghc280,000.00 into the project.

Credit: Modern Ghana



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