NPP majority to sanction Subin MP


The Herald has obtained information indicating that the majority leadership of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) is actively discussing measures to discipline the Member of Parliament (MP) for the Subin Constituency in the Ashanti Region, for actions deemed detrimental to caucus unity.

In an internal notice entitled “Important notice:

call to order on conduct against the caucus,” circulating on NPP platforms, leadership expressed their intent to take action against Eugene Boakye Antwi, who will not return to the House, next year having lost the ruling party’s primaries.

The notice stated, “Leadership wishes to inform Hon. Members of the Caucus its decision to take action against our colleague Hon. Eugene Boakye Antwi who acted against the directives issued for Members to avail themselves to execute critical business slated for the Emergency Sitting.”

According to the message, Mr Boakye Antwi “unceremoniously left the chamber, disregarding the standing directives, and with no word of caution.”

This departure, the leadership noted, undermined the collective efforts of the caucus, rendering them ineffective.

The leadership emphasized the importance of adherence to caucus directives, especially given that many MPs, despite valid health concerns, ensured their presence at the emergency session.

The notice highlighted that MPs were extensively contacted through various channels about the critical nature of the sitting.


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