#BringBackTheLove campaign is moving to another level as politicians in Ghana are clearly expressing their interest in Ghana football. Today, Lawyer Edudzi Tamakloe and Dr.Okoe Boye joined Randy Abbey on the Good Morning Ghana show, Metro TV. In introducing Okoe Boye to his viewers, he enquired from Okoe Boye about the farewell of Asante Kotoko. In response, Dr.Okoe Boye explained that he used to support Kotoko but now that Hearts have won their match, he is now a new supporter of Hearts.
"Now that Phobia has won, I support them. I was a hearts supporter then because of something, I moved to Kotoko now I am back to Hearts again.", Dr.Okoe Boye.
Lawyer Edudzie Tamakloe also used that platform to thank all those who supported Hearts in winning the Premier League. Politicizing the issue, Dr. Okoe Boye disclosed that Dr.Mahamudu Bawumia supported Hearts of Oak to win the Premier league.
"Dr.Bawumia also supported Hearts Of Oak to win. I am happy about the economic activity there.", Dr.Okoe Boye.
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