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  • Writer's pictureRichard Frimpong


Updated: Sep 19, 2023

MP for Assin Central and New Patriotic Party (NPP) Presidential candidate aspirant, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong has strongly denied claims that he isn’t suited for the role due to his intellectual capacity and temperament.

In an event in Accra, K. Agyapong reaffirmed his commitment to run for President in the 2024 elections.

He passionately explained why he believes he is the best candidate for the Job.

He mentioned that people who doubt his presidential qualities aren’t aware of the significant support he receives from the University Professors, lectures and professionals who are ready to work with him .

K.Agyapong emphasized these educated individuals firmly believes in his vision, message and believes he can lead the NPP to victory in the upcoming elections.

The lawmaker further disclosed that he has personally met with 45 professionals in Accra and plans to engage with lectures in KNUST .

He stressed that these intellectuals understands and support’s his vision for Ghana and urged Ghanaians to give him a chance a chance to lead the NPP.

During a health walk event in Accra titled “THE SHOW DOWN WALK” K.Agyapong mentioned some of his practical plans for the 2024 elections.

He also called to voters not to be influenced by money during the elections emphasized that their vote would shape their future and that of their descendants.

The Opportunity is there to break the eight (8) K.Agyapong don’t go and make a mistake and take money to vote otherwise, you are voting for your destiny, you are voting for your children and unborn children Hon.Ken.Agyapong said

He concluded by highlighting the trust and support he received from voters while emphasizing that Ghanaians are ready to entrust him with leadership due to track records as an ordinary member who has successfully run businesses and engaged in philanthropic activities .

K.Agyapong urged that this is the time to give a businessman the chance to lead citing his business expertise as a distinguishing factor among the candidates, including those from the Opposition (NDC).


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