I’m not feeling your impact as an MP – Nhyiaeso NDC chairman tells Sticka

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The Nhyiaeso Member of Parliament (MP) now nominee for the Deputy Trade Minister portfolio Dr. Stephen Amoah alias Sticka has been told his impact in the constituency is not being felt by all in spite of getting an elevation in the  New Patriotic Party (NPP) government.

While congratulating him for his nominations, the Nhyiaeso National Democratic Congress (NDC) chairman Ernest Afayam noted that, the MP must ensure the rest of the time left for his tenure must be felt by all constituents as there are major issues needing his attention.

“Let me congratulate the MP for Nhyiaeso , he is part of the list for deputy ministerial nominations but I must tell him I am not feeling his impact as an MP in the constituency. He must know that when you are elected as MP it is for all not for just a section, so he is my MP and he needs to do more for us”

“ I am wishing him well and I hope things will change for the general good of the constituency. Politics is supposed to bring hope and relief to the people and I am not seeing that under his tenure”, he said

The Nhyiaeso MP is among a list of NPP MPs who have been nominated in what some have described as a mini reshuffle of a sort, where he gets the opportunity to serve in Nana Addo’s government as a minister for the first time.

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There were rumors earlier that he had been penned for a Deputy Finance minister position but was rejected by some power brokers within the NPP including embattled Finance Minister Ken Ofori Atta.


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