The Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament and Ghana’s longest serving legislator, Alban Kingsford Sumana Bagbin has hinted of his desire to document his memoirs for the benefit of the younger generation.
According to him it is important for the younger generation to appreciate the relevance of Ghana`s parliamentary democracy which has ensured stability for the country.
This revelation came in the wake of the sixtieth (60) birth anniversary of Mr Bagbin and the 25th lawmaking anniversary of Ghana`s veteran legislature.
Mr Bagbin is Ghana`s oldest legislature having been a member of parliament since 1993 after the inception of the 1992 constitution which gave birth to the forth republic.
He survived seven major elections both at the primaries at the party level and seven major National elections.
Source: Christian Kpesese