The Member of Parliament for the Suame constituency, Hon. Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu has officially announced his retirement from his legislative position after a remarkable parliamentary position spanning over 27 years.
Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu’s decision to step down as MP for his constituency was made known to the executives of the Suame constituency in a meeting with the majority leader and Minister for Parliamentary affairs.
The renowned NPP associate who represented the Suame constituency in Parliament, leaves a legacy of committed leadership and service.
His retirement announcement has paved the way for a new chapter in the constituency’s political landscape giving room for other political adepts to continue from where he left off.
As Osei Kyei Mensah steps down as Suame MP, attention turns to other aspirants vying to take over from the majority leader’s former parliamentary position.
Immediately after making his intentions of stepping down known to the constituency executives, two potential aspirants have already expressed interest in the parliamentary position by picking nomination forms.
Two of the notable aspirants vying for the position are the MCE for Suame, Mr. Maxwell Ofosu Boakye and Mr. John Darko, a legal practitioner who doubles as a lecturer at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA).