In advance of the presidential primaries, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, the flagbearer candidate for the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has issued a caution to the party.
The outspoken lawmaker claims that if some NPP members don’t stop insulting him, he will withdraw from the party’s campaign in 2024.
The Assin Central MP stated in an interview that if he is not chosen as the party’s flagbearer, he will travel to the United States of America.
“Big no, I’m telling you, if they keep going the way they are. If things continue as they are, I will return to America when I lose. You claim that Ken Agyapong is not necessary to succeed.
“Let those individuals, including Adomako Baafi, go conduct the campaign. Do you think it’s foolish of me to spend my money on these young men to make fun of me? Okay if they quit. In an interview with Home Radio, Ken Agyapong highlighted, “If they don’t, then count me out.
Agyapong insists that he is ready to lead the NPP into the 2024 general election, but he also makes it plain that he won’t consider losing the contest for flagbearer to be a huge setback.
He is adamant that delegates should support him because he has practical solutions to the many problems facing Ghanaians.
Ken Agyapong is one of the top three candidates among the ten candidates hoping to be the NPP’s flagbearer going into the 2018 elections.