Social media users have taken into trolling the former member of parliament for Ledzokuku constituency and the New Patriotic Party candidate in 2020, Dr Okoe Boye for attending to funeral ceremonies.
Dr Okoe Boye was one of the most prominent Members Of parliament which no one expected him to lose his seat, but he surprisingly lost to the National Democratic Congress' candidate during the 2020 elections. Upon several interviews, it came to light that Dr Okoe Boye did not like attending funerals and other ceremonies in the Constituency.
However, after he lost, it seem he has found his mistakes and are now correcting them as he was seen conspicuously sitting at the funeral of the late Fiifi Ajana.
People also reacted massively with the coffin used in burying Fiifi Ajana. Some have described it as beautiful, while others have called it unnecessary pressure. Here are some few reactions
Dr Okoe Boye also met his predecessor at the funeral where they exchanged pleasantries and paid their last Respect
"The connection you feel when it's been long since you saw your predecessor. All the best Hon. Sena Okity Dua. Rest in Peace Fiifi Ajana" he wrote.
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