He explained nevertheless he was sacked from the NPP for likely unbiased, he still considers himself as element of the household, for this reason his final decision.
Mr. Asiamah has been touted as the tie-breaker in the next Parliament as both of those the NDC and NPP have been projected to get 137 seats just about every.
“I am component of the family [NPP] and I am heading back again to that family members,” Mr Amoako Asiamah reported.
Publicly breaking his silence on which aspect of the upcoming Parliament he will sit, Mr Amoako Asiamah discovered that members of the opposition Nationwide Democratic Congress (NDC) have presently achieved out to him to align with them identical as people from the NPP.
But he stated he has by now indicated to them that he will sit with the NPP in the following Parliament.
There had been some tips that Mr Amoako Asiamah was heading to bargain which facet he will sit in the following Parliament in return for a ministerial appointment or an assurance of a defense of his seat, but reacting, he claimed, “I’m not likely to make any particular ask for. Possibly what may possibly have brought the party down, was some of these selections…, if anything like that was done to me and I wasn’t delighted, why ought to I also make your mind up to request or make a choice” like that.
Emphasizing that he will sign up for the NPP side in Parliament, Mr Amoako Asiamah mentioned: “From the chiefs, the queen moms and the excellent folks of the Fomena constituency, this is what they are telling me, that, in spite of regardless of what occurred, I should still be with the party.”
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The get together sacked him in Oct for going unbiased right after he misplaced the party’s parliamentary primaries.
“The Member of Parliament for the Fomena Constituency in the Ashanti Region, Amoako Andrew Asiamah, who was elected to parliament on the ticket of the Social gathering, has submitted to contest as an Unbiased Parliamentary Prospect,” NPP Standard Secretary, John Boadu stated in a assertion.
“By so performing, he has presumably vacated his seat in Parliament pursuant to Report 97(1)(g) of the 1992 Constitution of the Republic”.