Member of parliament for Ledzokuku constituency Okoe Boye says until the last ballot is counted he cannot call himself a winner although he believes he stands a chance.
“Until the last ballot paper is counted he cannot tell who will win”, although he is confident of winning the parliamentary elections.
The deputy minister of Health served as both a candidate and polling agent in the special voting exercise organized on the 1ST of December.
“I keep on saying that the enemy is not a political opponent, the enemy remains poor infrastructure that we want to improve, the enemy remains high maternal mortality that we want to bring down, remains illiteracy that we want to cure by letting people go to school. Once we do these we will be happy people”
The Ledzokuku area has been noted as a swing seat with Okoe-Boye being a beneficiary of the trend but it remains to be seen whether the inclination will hold this year.
BY|: Mabel Sowah