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NPP Primaries: ‘Quite a tsunami for incumbent MPs’ – Okudzeto Ablakwa

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Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has lamented the lack of observance for COVID-19 safety protocols at the NPP Primaries held on Saturday, June 20, 2020.

In a Facebook post, the legislator empathized with some of his colleagues MP in Parliament who took part and lost at the contest describing their loss as a “tsunami.”

He also admonished that “COVID-19 protocols could have been better respected” by the party.

“Also, COVID-19 protocols could have been better respected. It shouldn’t be made to appear that ruling party activists have a different set of rules from everybody else. Looking forward to an uplifting parliamentary campaign of ideas,” Okedzeto Ablakwa said.

Read his full post below:

Quite a tsunami for incumbent MPs

While empathizing with colleagues in the House, what does this say about the internal assessment by NPP delegates about the ruling party’s performance in their respective constituencies? Another validation of the 14% scorecard?

Also, COVID-19 protocols could have been better respected. It shouldn’t be made to appear that ruling party activists have a different set of rules from everybody else.

Looking forward to an uplifting parliamentary campaign of ideas.

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