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The PSB is not Based on Governmental Decisions

Opinion: The PSB is not Based on Governmental (Executive) Decisions

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The Speaker of parliament is mandated by law to constitute the Parliamentary Service Board(PSB) (council of elders for the house). Are we saying Speaker who is NDC should appoint Npp persons to serve as his advisors?

All the people at the Speaker’s office have been replaced with NDC people. From the security, Secretary etc.


The PSB is not Based on Governmental Decisions

So what is wrong when the party agreed to allow general to serve on the board to help the speaker and our minority leader to put measures in place to steering the affairs of NDC towards victory 2024?

Remember, party decision needs to be taken into consideration to help the board as well, so surely a party person must be appointed by the speaker to serve both national and NDC interest.

The PSB is not Based on Governmental Decisions

Let us keep praying for our leaders and JM and hoping for the best in coming months.

NB: The PSB is not an executive appointed (Government). So general and hon Haruna are not serving on the parliamentary service board as Nana Addo appointees.

I know how disappointed all of us are but party strategies can’t be discussed in the public domain so let calm down and see what our leadership has for us towards victory 2024.

The PSB is not Based on Governmental Decisions


Bismark Kwabla Kpobi


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