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Speaker Bagbin (Number 3) Mourns With Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu (His Former friend) In Kumasi.

Ghana's democracy is indeed one of the best in the whole of the world. It is one of the few Democratic systems where strong opposition leaders will work and walk together. Irrespective how tough they may get each other, they usually come together as one for solidarity as the saying goes; United we stand, divided we fall.

If you can recall, some couple of months ago, the majority leader was in a swift banter with the speaker of Parliament when they had a little disagreement. It was in the midst of the argument that, the speaker of Parliament, Honorable Alban Kingsford Bagbin told the minority leader that he (Bagbin) has a position in Ghana and therefore asked the majority leader to also show his position. "At least I have a position in Ghana, Number 3, what is your number?" A situation that looked like a humor to many people but important to an analytical thinker.

As if their friendship was going to end there, it never did. The majority leader together with other leaders were seen in Bagbin's hometown Sombo, Wa when the speaker paid a call on the traditional rulers.

Then at a similar event in Kumasi, the speaker together with other leaders like the leader of the minority group, Hon Haruna Iddrisu was seen who went mourn with the majority leader on the death of her sister some few months ago. Obviously, their friendship is still intact.

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