Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu, the majority leader in parliament, asserts that it will be challenging for anyone to fill the void left by the late Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom.
He claimed that the late Queen set an excellent example of values, something that her successor might not even be able to match.
On Friday, the NPP member paid tribute to the Queen on the Super Morning Show, saying that as a young boy, he had witnessed the Queen’s leadership skills in action as she interacted with other heads of state.
The Majority Leader claimed that these attributes were so profound that it would be difficult for her successor to exhibit them.
She did well, and her contribution to keeping the Commonwealth united will undoubtedly be remembered by history. I like to think that with her passing, the aura she possessed will be gone, but I’m not so convinced that the first son and succeeding king, Prince Charles, now king Charles, will carry on that aura.
The UK’s longest-reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, passed away at Balmoral at the age of 96.
At her Scottish estate, where she had spent the majority of the summer, she passed away peacefully on Thursday afternoon.
The Queen saw significant social change after ascending to the throne in 1952.
It was a “time of profound anguish” for him and his family, according to her son King Charles III, and her loss will be “deeply mourned” all around the world.