Many NPPs were very sad when Alban Dagbin was selected as the speaker for Ghana. Some were saying that because an NDC member is selected as speaker in an NPPs government, it wouldn't lead to improvement in the country since the NDCs will not accept many of the developmental projects that the NPPs will try doing for the nation.
Papa Gabby Asare Okyere Darko who is the leader for the Danquah Institute Fund, has also come out to say that the NPPs shouldn't cry and worry at all because though Albany Dagbin is an NDC, he would not always heed to the instructions of John Manama for he is working with an NPP government. He said Dagbin will not do anything bad to disappoint the NPP government so the NPPs should not worry at all.
He added that, besides, NPP is the majority in Parliament so Alban Dagbin will not do anything bad that will be a hindrance to the NPP government and he will always work hand in hand with Nana Addo to ensure progress in the country. This is what Okyere Darko is saying.
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