According to Dr. Oko Boye, the outgoing member of parliament for ledzokuku constituency has jab former president John Mahama and the executives of the biggest opposition political party, National Democratic Congress.
Dr. Oko Boye indicated that the leaders of the National Democratic Congress should use the legitimate means to overturn the the election results and should stop using force and demonstration because it won't work.
The defeated member of parliament also aired that, If Former President Mahama and the executives of the National Democratic Congress says that they doesn’t accept the results it is not surprising to me.
The deputy minister for health then revealed that, he lost the parliamentary seat for ledzokuku constituency with a small margin but he accepted the results and congratulated the NDC candidate who won. However, he then urged the former president John Mahama to file his grievances in court or should concede defeat and congratulate President Akuffo Addo.
He also aired that force, aggression and demonstration doesn't win power.
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