I watched Speaker Bagbin, the runaway groom, going on about why and how political parties lose elections.

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I watched Speaker Bagbin, the runaway groom, going on about why and how political parties lose elections.

I was particularly bemused with his position that if we are able to pass the E-levy, that would guarantee our exit from office.

I wonder how that is any of his business assuming he even has a case. Isn’t he a dyed in the wool NDC member and would wish to see his party back in office?

His tears are those of the crocodile as they do not contain any form of genuineness.

He has lost sight of the fact that elections are not events. Winning or losing an election is not an event. In fact, winning or losing an election is not hinges on a single thing or happening but series of events.

There maybe bouts of anger on the part of the people but they’ll primarily be based on the assumption that these monies are not put to good use.

This administration is poised to make a judicious use of the proceeds of the E-levy and that alone would justify its introduction as the evidence would be glaring.

It is early days yet, as someone would put it. Bagbin’s conclusions are hasty at best as a truckload of factors account for a political party winning or losing an election.

Mr. Speaker should concern himself with his paralyzed leadership in Parliament which has plunged the House into chaos.

P.K.Sarpong, Whispers from the Corridors of the Thinking Place.

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