If NPP fail to elect me, I will shun the party and move to America – Kennedy Agyapong clsims

– Kennedy Agyapong expresses discontent with attacks from party officials leading up to the flagbearership election
– Asserts that if attacks continue and he loses the election, he will not participate in the party’s campaign for the 2024 General Election
– Plans to relocate to America instead
– Emphasizes that he won’t be significantly setback if he doesn’t win the flagbearer election
– Believes he has pragmatic solutions to address challenges faced by Ghanaians
– Considered one of the three leading contenders for NPP’s flagbearer position

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Kennedy Agyapong Contemplates Quitting NPP Campaign Amid Attacks

Kennedy Agyapong, the Assin Central Member of Parliament (MP) and a hopeful for the New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) flagbearer position is voicing his frustration with the ongoing attacks from some party officials as the flagbearership election approaches. In a recent interview with Home Radio, Agyapong firmly expressed that if these attacks persist and he ultimately loses the election, he will no longer actively participate in the party’s campaign for the 2024 General Election. Instead, he plans to relocate to America and enjoy his life there.

“I want to make it clear, if they keep going like this, a big no,” Agyapong declared. “If they persist and I lose, I will head back to America. Let Adomako Baafi and all those individuals handle the campaign. Do they think I’m foolish to spend my money for these young guys to insult me? If they cease the attacks, all is well. If not, consider me out.”

While Agyapong remains ready to lead the NPP into the 2024 General Election, he makes it evident that not winning the flagbearer election won’t be a significant setback for him. He firmly believes that if the delegates vote for him, he possesses pragmatic solutions to address the numerous challenges faced by Ghanaians.

Among the ten aspirants vying for the NPP’s flagbearer position, Ken Agyapong is considered one of the three leading contenders ahead of the upcoming polls. His strong stance against the attacks and his determination to prioritize his own well-being demonstrates his unwavering commitment to his principles and values.

In conclusion, Kennedy Agyapong’s discontent with the attacks from party officials leading up to the flagbearership election has driven him to consider quitting the NPP campaign if the attacks persist and he loses. His readiness to lead the NPP into the 2024 General Election and his confidence in his ability to address the challenges faced by Ghanaians highlight his determination and vision for a better future.

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The author, Mohammed Froko. He completed his education at Mount Mary College of Education, where he obtained a Bachelor of Education degree in French and English literacy. He is passionate about languages and believes they are important for communication and understanding in the globalized world. He has gained a comprehensive understanding of both French and English through his studies, including their grammatical structures, literature, and cultural contexts. He has also gained practical experience through teaching internships and volunteer programs.
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