Braimah Kamoko aka Bukom Banku, an ardent supporter of the defeated National Democratic Congress (NDC) candidate (President John Mahama) says he is uncertain about how he is going to cater for himself and his children as his father, President Mahama has lost.
Speaking to Kofi TV, the boxer turned political activist said the President caters for him and his children so it will be difficult to survive as he has lost. According to him, President Mahama pays the school fees of his children and even gives him food on a regular basis.
Asking him how he is going to survive now, in his own coined English he answered “Massa, I’m a man and I trust my heart and I believe God first time. When my father lose the election it doesn’t mean that I’m hungry, John Mahama are not forget me in their life. He like me again, he can continue to watch my pikin and me again because me always I pray for my father and I know by 4 years time NDC will come power again”.
The boxer is confident that the President will win in the next 4 years considering how his achievements as a head of state is unmatchable.
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