Hon. Ken Ohene Agyapong, a New Patriotic Party (NPP) presidential contender, has sounded the alarm that the recent resignation of Alan Kyeremanten from the party is a big blow for the party ahead of the 2024 presidential elections due to his affable persona and the following he has across the country.
The Assin Central MP also disclosed that, in his opinion, this was not the appropriate time for vice president Alhaji Mahamudu Bawumia to contest the presidential primaries to lead the country due to the perceived hangover of the present NPP administration.
Hon Ken Ohene Agyapong made these assertions on Thursday, when he appeared on, Starr FM, an Accra-based radio station, as he intensified his media campaign in the run-up to the NOVEMBER 4 NPP presidential primaries.
On recent outbursts and comments made against him by some leading personalities on the campaign trail, the Assin Central MP admitted that he was very bitter about the way and manner in which he has been treated by some of his colleague MPs and said he has forgiven Bernard Antwi-Boasiako aka Chairman Wontumi, the Ashanti Regional Chairman of the NPP over some alleged threats of arrest.
The affable philanthropist used the opportunity to appeal to the delegates to give him the nod ahead of the other aspirants as he has demonstrated his pace-setting standards as the man for the grassroots.
The NPP contender relayed bare his programs, policies and plans as he bids for the presidency.
The NPP heads to the polls on November 4, 2023 to select its flag-bearer for the party to contest the 2024 presidential elections.
Hon. Ken Agyapong is the number one(1) on the ballot paper and his supporters are confident of his chances of winning.
Photo: Starr FM
Story: Parlos Jenkins.