Former Member of Parliament for Tamale Central constituency and the former Minister for Lands and Natural Resources Mr. Inusah Fuseini says he is happy for no more in active politics.
According to him, he is enjoying peace of mind outside Parliament.
The former legislature in an exclusive interview with this portal noted that he is having good time working for himself without any influence from anyone.
He added that he has full control of himself and at liberty to do what he likes unlike the days he was representing his constituency and party in parliament.
Asked whether he enjoys farming than being in parliament, he stated “…life is in chapters. What am doing now has its challenges and its experiences. It gives me peace of mind and happiness, it makes me conjure of myself, whatever I do, I do for myself, if I do good I do for myself and if I do bad I do for myself, if I put on hard work, am putting it for myself.”
He stressed, “So, I don’t need any motivation for anyone to tell me to work hard. I have to work hard because am working for myself. Unlike when one is in parliament, your party is on you, your constituents are on you.
“So, this time when I get up and say am going to the farm, am going to the farm, when am at the farm working and feeling tired and I say am going home, am going home, when I say I will get to the farm at 6 o’clock in the morning, I will go to the farm at 6 o’clock in the morning. So, in this chapter of my life, I am in control of myself”.
Mr. Fuseini, unusual with politicians in African, voluntarily declined from contesting the 2020 parliamentary election in his constituency. His reason was to allow others with fresh ideas to takeover where he left off.