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Politics - October 14, 2020

Mahama’s Okada promise out of selfish interest for power – Okoe-Boye

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Appointee Health of Minister Dr Bernard Okoe-Boye has said previous president John Dramani Mahama doesn’t have a genuine affection for Okada riders.

He said a guarantee by him to authorize Okada was a result of childish enthusiasm to trick the riders to decide in favor of him and not because of certifiable worry for them.

In front of the December 7 races, Mr Mahama had vowed to sanction that exchange on the grounds that, in his view, it gives occupations to the young people of this nation.

Talking on TV3’s New Day program facilitated by Johnnie Hughes, Dr Okoe-Boye stated: “He had power for a very long time to legitimize it however he was not intrigued. At the point when he went into resistance, he is coming to guarantee them.

“This guarantee is persuaded not by the government assistance of Okada riders but rather by his egotistical enthusiasm to return to control. Okada riders are not moronic, they can peruse the guarantee.”

Talking on a similar show, Member of Parliament for Ningo Prampram Sam George said the guarantee is certifiable after the craving of Mr Mahama to help the young.

He depicted measurements being produced by the National Road Safety Authority comparable to engine cycle mishaps, as deceitful.

“Those insights are phony the street wellbeing measurements that are being produced they call it engine cycle mishaps. It is deceitful, it is apathetic, it is vile for anyone to feel that when we are examining Okada

“I challenge the NRSC, I challenge the NPP to disaggregate that figure and let us know about engine cycle mishaps these are the numbers curious to Okada.”

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