Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko Retires from Local Politics, MP Vows to Bring Him Back

Accra, Ghana – Rockson Nelson-Dafeamekpor, MP for South Dayi, expressed his reaction to the news of Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko’s retirement from local politics, calling it “very interesting.” Otchere-Darko, a cousin of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, announced his retirement from domestic politics, citing frustration with certain narratives and a lack of recognition from the governing New Patriotic Party.

Nelson-Dafeamekpor took to Twitter to comment on the news, stating, “Gabby, we shall bring you out of your premature retirement & renew your contract in Domestic Politics. We are not done at all yet, snr.” It is clear from his tweet that the MP believes there are unresolved matters that require Otchere-Darko’s attention, although he did not specify the nature of these matters.

In an interview on Asaase Radio, Otchere-Darko further elaborated on his decision to retire, expressing his disappointment with the lack of recognition for the work done by the Akufo-Addo-led government. Despite acknowledging the substantial progress made by the government between 2021 and 2022, he emphasized his frustration with the prevailing narratives and the party’s failure to acknowledge their achievements.

The news of Otchere-Darko’s retirement has sparked a conversation about the future of domestic politics and the potential impact of his decision. Many are curious to see if there will be any developments following Nelson-Dafeamekpor’s statement about bringing Otchere-Darko out of retirement to address undisclosed matters.

As Otchere-Darko’s retirement continues to be a topic of discussion, it raises questions about the current state of politics in Ghana and the factors influencing individuals’ decisions to step away from the political landscape. The implications of his retirement may also have wider repercussions for the New Patriotic Party and the political arena as a whole.

The developments surrounding Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko’s retirement from local politics will undoubtedly be closely monitored as stakeholders and the general public wait to see how the situation unfolds. Regardless of the outcome, his decision has already sparked significant debate and speculation about the future of domestic politics in Ghana.