In the words of Justin Kodua Frimpong, the general secretary of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), the party is happy with the current performance of the member of parliament for the Dome-Kwabenya Constituency.
According to Justin, whatever ensued between Sarah Adwoa Safo and the party is now in the past because she unreservedly apologized for it.
“Yes, issues happened in the past, and she came back to apologize to the party, and now I can tell you that she is doing her work as a Member of Parliament for Dome-Kwabenya,” he said in an interview on TV3 that 1Family Radio monitored.
“So, as far as the party is concerned now, we are satisfied with what she is doing as a Member of Parliament for her constituency.’’
A parliamentary investigation was initiated in 2021 as a result of Adwoa Safo’s more than year-long absence from Parliament. The Speaker has not yet rendered a decision on the Privileges Committee’s 2022 report submission.
After the former Deputy Majority Leader expressed regret to the party’s grassroots for her absence, many supporters—especially those in the NPP—began to call for her dismissal.
The general secretary states that the delegates will have the final word in February 2024, even though the party has nothing against Adwoa Safo.
“The issues that happened belong to the past, but at the end of the day, the party will have internal elections, so it is up to the constituents in her constituency to decide.”