Greetings from Binduri to Minority Leader Kyei Mensah Bonsu
Dear Hon. Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu, Minority leader of Parliament, greetings from Binduri.
I have observed on social media with utter shock of how you ill advised your colleagues to report to Parliament at 4am.
Your side of the House seem bereft of ideas even before debates begin. 4am arrival appears to me ill-advised and dull-witted. Wahala dey ooo, I am pretty sure you are still brooding and dazed by events of 6th January, right?
Well I have this to say. This world is for the SMART, PROACTIVE AND STRATEGIC MINDS. STRATEGY INFORMS THE GAME PLAN. If you don’t know where you are going, anywhere will be your destination.
How many times will you guys from the animal side of the House be able to report to Parliament at 4am?
At this short moment whilst we all wait to see the judgement expected to emanate from the petitions the NDC have filed against seats currently occupied by the NPP, the NDC have 137 seats, the NPP have137, making it a tie. In this sense engagement, compromise and consensus will more durably settle this who is majority BROUHAHA than the display of childishness we are witnessing today. Indeed common sense is not common to common people.
In the previous parliamentary, you the majority leader then had 169 seats in favour of your party, today, due to the impact of reckless decisions your party took of which you were the mastermind, a decision you made out of sheer greed and desire for power, you are now unable to sleep in your own bedroom. Indeed there is no sleep for the wicked.
When all is set and done, the NDC shall occupy the right hand side of the House, you can take that to the bank. Bake it, roast it, the outcome will still make you the minority leader.
Nothing is permanent, time indeed changes, brace up yourself for the worse.
We are African and Africa is our business.
Yours Truly Assibid from Binduri.