Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, the New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) MP for Assin Central, has vowed to continue his campaign to lead the party in the general elections of 2024.
He declared that it is untrue to claim that he will eventually drop out of the race.
On September 15, he was asked about the assertion that candidates like himself will probably withdraw from the race at the conclusion of it in an interview conducted on the sidelines of a social function he had attended.
I’ll choose nomination forms if NPP opens nominations… Does he resemble me among those who choose forms and give up? How can I express my desire to serve as the NPP’s flag bearer at the age of 62 and then leave? I’m not leaving, he said.
But he urged clean campaigns, expressing his distaste for what he called “dirty politics.”
We’re all going to run, but I’m not interested in shady politics. I won’t engage in dishonest politics. I’ll go to the people and explain what I’ve accomplished for the NPP and Ghanaians, as well as why they should support me in the election, he emphasised.
Assin Central MP Kennedy Ohene Agyapong was the first to publicly declare his intention to lead the NPP in May of this year.
“Yes, that’s correct. I’ve made up my mind to choose a form when the NPP opens nominations and submit my nomination to run in the party’s primary as the flagbearer. In a Facebook live interview with The Announcer Newspaper on May 26th, Kennedy Agyapong stated, “I shall stand on the ticket of the NPP and nothing will change.
He asserted that Kennedy Agyapong must break the eight for the ruling party to achieve its stated goal of doing so in 2024.