I can still be part of NPP to give missiles after Nov 4 – Ken Agyapong
Firebrand Member of Parliament for Assin Central Constituency and Presidential Aspirant for governing NPP) Kennedy Agyappong has promised to be part of the party to still give formidable missiles after November 4 primaries.
Kennedy Agyapong has urged the leadership of the NPP to make sure that what happened on the during the Super Delegates Conference does not repeat itself, adding that the elections should be free and fair.
“My supporters have been receiving threatening messages from some party executives both in Ghana here and even in the diaspora.
“I will entreat all of us as members of the party to make sure that whoever emerges as a winner will be on a fair grounds, ” adding that “I will congratulate the winner in that manner.
On the other hand, Agyappong indicated that if they continue to intimidate his supporters, he will give them a showdown after November 4.
Kennedy Agyappong pleaded with delegates to vote massively for him, adding that he is the only person who can win power for the party in the 2024 general elections and also create job opportunities for Ghanaians especially the youth in order to solve youth unemployment problem in the country.
He was speaking in an interview on New Day Television’s evening show at Tokoradi in the Western Region on October 13, 2023 where he continued his showdown walk trip.
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