Jennifer Oforiwaa explained that a woman got angry and never succumbed to her Plea to vote for NPP. According to her, the woman told her that she have seen the President in the Hospital making a commissioning but she doesn't eat from the Hospital.
Recounting how the New Patriotic Party NPP lost the Greater Accra Region, Jennifer Oforiwaa Queen who is the Deputy National Communications Director of the NPP explained how a woman who saw Akufo Addo commissioning a Hospital still told her in the face that she won't vote for them.
Jennifer was speaking on Rainbow Radio Hard Talk show. She said after the President had commissioned the Health facility in Accra, he entered. She then went to one of the local residents. She told her how Akuffo Addo have built a Hospital for them so they should vote for him.
The anger of the woman spoke volumes andThat was when she got to know that they were losing Greater Accra Region. To her, Okoe Boye lost was painful Because the Man shaped the Health sector but was still ignored.
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