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Betrayal For NPP Saboteurs; Massive Boost For Bawumia’s Campaign As Ken Agyapong Rejects Calls To Run Independent



Mr. Kennedy Ohene Agyapong

Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, the Member of Parliament for Assin Central Constituency, has quashed speculations about his potential independent candidacy in the upcoming December 7 elections. Speaking at his 64th birthday celebration on Sunday, June 16, Agyapong reiterated his unwavering commitment to the New Patriotic Party (NPP), dispelling rumors of his resignation from the party.

Addressing an audience of constituents and party supporters, Agyapong firmly stated, “What I want all the party faithful to know is that I have not resigned from the party. I am not going independent. I’m still an NPP member.” His declaration comes amidst swirling rumors suggesting a possible breakaway from the NPP, which he categorically denied.

The outspoken MP emphasized the necessity of unity within the party ranks as they gear up for the imminent electoral battle. He acknowledged the recent turbulence surrounding the party’s primaries and called on his supporters to rally behind Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, the NPP’s flagbearer, to secure victory in the forthcoming elections. Despite pressure from various factions urging him to run independently, Agyapong underscored that such a move would be counterproductive and reiterated his dedication to the NPP’s collective success.

In his speech, Agyapong extended a conciliatory gesture to both his followers and those aligned with the Vice President, urging them to bury past differences and work together for the greater good of the party. He highlighted the importance of reconciliation and mutual respect among party members, especially in light of reported instances of intimidation between rival factions.

“We must set aside our grievances and unite for a common cause,” Agyapong appealed. He stressed that a harmonious and cohesive approach is vital to achieving their electoral objectives and fostering an environment conducive to the party’s success.

Agyapong’s remarks aim to fortify party solidarity and quell any lingering discord, positioning the NPP as a unified front in the lead-up to the December elections. His call for unity and reconciliation is seen as a significant step towards ensuring a robust and united campaign effort.

As the December 7 elections draw nearer, the NPP will be looking to leverage this renewed sense of unity to galvanize support and secure a decisive victory. Agyapong’s reaffirmation of his allegiance to the party and his appeal for unity are expected to play a crucial role in shaping the party’s strategy and morale in the coming months.

Source: GhanaFeed.Com

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