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Master courage on Nov 4: Ken Agyapong to delegates

Master courage on Nov 4: Ken Agyapong to delegates

Flagbearer of New Patriotic Party (NPP) Kennedy Ohene Agyapong has appealed to delegates of the party to consider voting massively for him during the impending November 4th elections of the party

He says, delegates of the party must gather courage and reject any form of intimidation, and all attempts being made to deny them the right to choose their own flag bearer.

Addressing a rally in Takoradi in Western Region to climax his health walk dubbed The Showdown in Takoradi, the NPP firebrand as usual, pointed out flaws of the country and many of the shortcomings of the current government

Western Regional Correspondent Zambaga Rufai Saminu has more in this report.

The health walk dubbed, “Showdown in Takoradi ” was used to galvanise support for Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, the New Patriotic Party flag bearer aspirant.

The Takoradi Showdown was the third in the series of Showdowns after the ones organized in Accra and the stronghold of the NPP, Kumasi.

Supporters of the Assin North MP came out in their numbers to join him and his team in the fitness walk through the principal streets of Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolis.

They drummed home support for the candidature of Kennedy Ohene Agyapong through inscriptions on various placards they displayed.

The walk started from Sekondi and ended at the forecourt of Badu Addo School in Takoradi where Kennedy Ohene Agyapong addressed the supporters who thronged the venue.

In his usual outburst, the NPP firebrand ,went berserk in blasting leaders in Western Region for failing to develop the most endowd resource Region in the country.

He touted his personal credentials while describing himself as the most experienced politician with sufficient achievements in the business circle, and appealed to delegates of the party to vote massively for him to lead the NPP into the 2024 general elections

Interestingly, virtually all the placards displayed at the rally grounds, had various messages directed at either government or Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, the Vice President of the country who is also in contention for the flag bearer slot.

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