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15-Jun-2015  
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Defeated New Patriotic Party (NPP) Parliamentary Aspirant, Ken Kuranchie, has cautioned his colleague losers to stop the blame game.

The Daily SearchlightnewspaperEditor, who failed in his bid to represent Okaikoi North constituents on the ticket of the opposition party, asked all losers to accept defeat in the just ended NPP parliamentary primaries, and urged them to first blame themselves for the defeat while assessing the cause of defeat to properly prepare for the next elections in 4 years.

Speaking on Oman Fms "National Agenda" Morning Show, Ken Kuranchie urged all losers to support the winners in the various constituencies as the NPP prepares to amass more seats in the 2016 elections; indicating that winning the majority seats in Parliament and helping Nana Akufo-Addo to win the Presidency should be the focus now.

When we learn from where we went wrong in the campaign and the kind of qualities the winners possess then we can come back in the next elections fully prepared if we want to contest again, he stated.

When you lose elections, the first person to blame is yourself.all losers must thank the delegates for their choices and lets support the winners in our constituencies so that we can get majority seats in Parliament, added.

Meanwhile, as the delegates decided in Okaikoi North Constituency to choose the next Parliamentary candidate for the 2016 general elections, Fuseini Issa won the candidature with 284 votes, followed by Ken Kuranchie, 141 votes and Seth Agyei Baah and Francisca Boateng had 103 and 12 respectively.
 
 
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