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“She saved me”! – Ken Agyapong details what his wife did for him after losing NPP primary


A former competitor for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) flagbearership, Kennedy Agyapong, has uncovered that he was going to deliver a harsh speech in the wake of losing the party's presidential primary last year.


He said his better half mediated and prevented him from offering provocative remarks at the occasion where the champ of the race was reported at the Accra Sports Arena. The previous NPP flagbearer confident admitted that he had expected to vent his annoyance in front of an audience when he saw certain individuals who had violated him. He valued his better half for assuming an essential part in causing him to act and acknowledge rout in a common way.


"At the point when the outcomes were coming and I saw that the VP had won, I told my group I'm returning home. "… anyone who needs to drink champagne ought to come, we were drinking champagne and I cheerfully chose to proceed to praise the VP however I would be straightforward with you, when I arrived in front of an audience, and saw individuals who had offended me, I got so irritated," he said in a meeting on KSM Show on February 23, 2024.


Making sense of the episode, Agyapong said, "That day was whenever I first took my better half to a public social occasion like that. She saved me. "I would have acted up; I will come clean with you. At the point when I took the mic, the things I planned to say… however I just controlled myself. It isn't them alone I was addressing; it was the party and the country, so I needed to control myself," he added. Kennedy Agyapong lost the November 4 NPP primaries to VP Mahamudu Bawumia. Bawumia won with 118,210 votes, addressing 61.47% of the all out votes cast.


Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, protected the second situation with 71,996 votes, addressing 35.52% of the complete substantial votes. Dr. Owusu Afriyie Akoto got 1,459 votes, while the fourth competitor, Francis Addai-Nimoh got 781 votes.



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