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NDC MP clarifies reason for silence in parliament: obstructed view due to pillar hiding their face from speaker

The Member of Parliament for Evalue Ajomori Gwira, Kofi Arko Nokoe, is urging his constituency to retain him as their representative in the Ghanaian Parliament. He expressed concern about the negative impact of continuous changes in MPs for the constituency, stating that first-time parliamentarians do not get the chance to make a significant impact in the House.

Furthermore, the MP expressed frustration about being a backbencher in the House, making it difficult for the speaker to recognize him due to his sitting position behind a pillar. He pleaded with the constituents to break the one-term jinx that has been a norm in Evalue Gwira.

During the interaction with delegates of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), the MP highlighted some of his achievements, including completing projects started by former President John Dramani Mahama that were abandoned by the current government

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