Flagbearer aspirant of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Ken Agyapong, expressed his concern regarding Ghana’s progress and development as the country marks its 63rd Republic Day.
Agyapong compared Ghana to countries like Singapore, Malaysia, South Korea, and India, highlighting that Ghana lags behind in terms of achieving its anticipated growth despite its abundant human and natural resources.
He emphasized Ghana’s heavy dependence on foreign support, having sought assistance from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) 17 times.
Agyapong called for reflection and a change in attitude among Ghanaians, urging the values of patriotism, honesty, and discipline to be embraced in order to unlock the country’s potential.
He emphasized the need for a leader who embodies these values and can inspire Ghanaians to strive for a brighter future. Agyapong concluded by expressing his dedication to work towards electing such a leader as the next President of Ghana.