Minister of State in the Presidency Charles Bintin of Ghana

Mr Bintin said this when he addressed the People's Assembly at Karaga and Bunkpurungu in theKaraga and Bunkpurungu-Yunyoo districts on Tuesday.
Mr Bintin said that he had met representatives of some political parties in his constituency and explained the Bill to them, adding that they gave him the assurance that they would support it and urged him to fight for its passage.
Bintin said the ban came in response to the series of violent clashes between supporters of the two main political parties, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the National Democratic Congress (NDC), after rallies in both Yendi and Tamale resulted in deaths and vandalized property.
Bintin has a rich working experience.