Parliament not widow’s chamber – Kpessah Whyte jabs

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Former presidential staffer Michael Kpessah Whyte has advised the incumbent MP for the Shai Osudoku Constituency to be grateful to the people and step down.

He said Linda Akweley Ocloo has failed constituents as she has no plans as a parliamentarian.

According to Kpessah Whyte, who is contesting the MP for the seat on the ticket of the NDC, Parliament is not a chamber for widows adding the Madam Ocloo had enough opportunity to make an impact after annexing the seat in 2016.

He believes he is the right person to serve the people and this is the time for the NDC in the constituency to give him the chance.

Source: myjoyonline.com

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