Sometimes, when politicians from both the National Democratic Congress and New Patriotic Party meet, worse is always expected to happen. Especially when the individuals involved are boisterous. On other occasions, other politicians move against the odds to make politics a nice business to adventure into. Today, Former Deputy Minister of Health and Member of Parliament for the Ledzokuku constituency and Member of Parliament for the Ningo Prampram constituency in the persons of Okoe Boye and Honorable Sam Dzata George respectively joined Randy Abbey on the Good Morning Ghana show.
In introducing his guests, Randy Abbey did the unexpected by saying and predicting that Okoe Boye claims his seat back from Honorable Ben Ayiku. After saying that, Sam George muttered in the Ga language asking Okoe Boye if he has not yet been given a post in Korle Bu or the National Health Insurance Scheme. Sam George went ahead to ask if it was because he is a Ga why they have not yet given him the post because it has taken a long time. Okoe Boye sharply responded in the same Ga language that Sam George should mind his business. As offensive as the response, all three looked over it and laughed.
"Mind your business", Okoe Boye.
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