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Ken’s Impressive Performance Raises Questions About Alan Cash’s Ill Advised Resignation; Quashes ‘Establishment Candidate’ Tag



Alan Kyerematen surprisingly resigned from the NPP after placing 3rd in the Super-Delegates Congress

In a surprising turn of events, Kennedy Agyapong’s impressive performance in the New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) flagbearer race has led to questions about the decision of Alan Kyerematen to resign from the race. A late entrant to the contest, Agyapong managed to secure an astounding 71,996 votes, representing 37.41% of the total vote, which has left many speculating about what could have been if Kyerematen had continued his campaign.

Agyapong’s strong showing raises doubts about whether Kyerematen, who had expressed his intentions to vie for the party’s flagbearer position for several years, could have secured victory had he put up a more substantial campaign with effective leadership instead of what many have referred to as a lackluster effort.

This revelation has led to a reevaluation of the label given to Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia as an “establishment candidate.” Bawumia’s close victory in the flagbearer race has dispelled the notion that he was a shoo-in for the position. The competition from Agyapong, who entered the race late and garnered a significant number of votes, highlights the democratic and competitive nature of the NPP’s internal processes.

The strong performance by Agyapong underscores the diversity and dynamism within the NPP, showcasing that party members have a wide range of choices when it comes to selecting their leaders. While Bawumia emerged victorious with a decisive mandate, Agyapong’s results have raised interesting questions about the possibilities for future leadership within the party.

The NPP’s internal dynamics and the outcomes of the flagbearer race have added a layer of intrigue to the party’s prospects in the upcoming 2024 general elections. The competition and debate within the party demonstrate that the NPP remains a dynamic and evolving political force in Ghana, where candidates must actively engage and compete for the trust of the party’s membership.

As the NPP looks ahead to the 2024 general elections, the strong performances of both Bawumia and Agyapong indicate that the party is far from being a one-sided entity and that a competitive spirit thrives within its ranks. The stage is now set for an exciting and closely-watched political season, as the NPP strives to maintain its position as a major player in Ghanaian politics.

Source: GhanaFeed.Com

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