JUST IN: NDC’s Alban Bagbin Is Elected Speaker Of The Eighth Parliament – He Beats NPP’s Prof. Aaron Mike Oquaye

JUST IN: NDC’s Alban Bagbin Is Elected Speaker Of The Eighth Parliament – He Beats NPP’s Prof. Aaron Mike Oquaye

Former second deputy speaker of the 7th Parliament and MP for Nadowli Kaleo Constituency, Alban Kingsford Sumani Bagbin, has been elected speaker for the 8th Parliament of the Fourth Republic.

The election for the new speaker of parliament started some moments after 12:00 AM on January 7 through the night to about 6:00 am amidst all the chaos the is undeserving for the law-making house.

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From what we have gathered, the National Democratic Congress beat the New Patriotic Party (NPP) side with three votes to put Mr. Bagbin ahead of the former speaker of Parliament, Prof. Aaron Mike Oquaye who was re-nominated by the New Patriotic Party as their candidate.

From all indications and scenes from the parliament house, the NPP side of the house is not really happy about the development but as it stands, nothing can be done about it.

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Alban Kingsford Sumani Bagbin is a Ghanaian politician who is currently the Second deputy speaker of Parliament. He was the Minister for Health in the Ghana government until February 2013 when Hanny-Sherry Ayittey took over the position.

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