Son of the Speaker of Parliament, Mike Ocquaye Junior has made a public statement and conceded defeat after he lost to incumbent Adwoa Safo.
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He congratulated his contender on her win over the Dome-Kwabenya constituency.
Unfortunately for him, he lost by just 8 votes to Adwoa Safo.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh, he said, "I have fought a good fight. I did not win in the race. I lost by 8 votes. However, NPP needs to heal. Thanks to all and congratulations to Hon.Adwoa, Cod bless!"
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His comments have drawn certain reaction by some Ghanaians as they believed he did a good job, Others also think contrary
Bukari could not understand what he considered fighting. He was more concerned about community development.
Cherise believes he wanted it easy.
William said it is unfortunate he lost to Adwoa Safo
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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the incumbent Member of Parliament for Dome-Kwabenya, Ms. Sara Adwoa Safo defeated Mike Oquaye Jnr in the parliamentary primaries of the New Patriotic Party (NPP).
The primaries which were held in some 100 constituencies started at 7am on Saturday, June 20, 2020, and ended at 1pm.
After votes were counted, the deputy majority leader of Ghana's current Parliament came out victories in the tightly-contested Dome-Kwabenya Constituency. Her closest and only contender, Mike Ocquaye Jnr., took the second spot with just a close margin
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