Ken Agyapong calls for unity behind Bawumia

Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, a member of parliament for the Assin Central Constituency, has urged his followers to back Dr. Bawumia ahead of the general election on December 7.

Ken Agyapong acknowledged the worries of his followers and apologized for keeping them in the dark about his intention to endorse the party's Kumasi campaign leader, Dr. Bawumia.

On Tuesday, Ken Agyapong posted on X, saying, “I want to apologize for not informing you before I went on the campaign tour. It didn't go well with some of you.”

Ken Agyapong refuted rumors that he was resigning or planning to run as an independent, assuring the NPP that he was still committed.

Additionally, Ken Agyapong noted that, with the presidential primaries behind them, unity must prevail within the NPP.

“As long as I am a member of the party, irrespective of what happened in the presidential primaries, I believe all of us should come together and rally support behind the party. I urge my supporters to use the occasion of my birthday to reconcile.

Ken Agyapong

“I also appeal to the supporters of the Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, to reciprocate the same goodwill I am extending on behalf of my supporters. I plead with both sides to unite and rally behind Dr. Bawumia and the NPP,” he added.

NDC is not a viable option – Agyapong

Addressing traders at the Kejetia Market in Kumasi, Mr Agyapong encouraged the people of the Ashanti Region to cast their votes for Dr Bawumia, stressing the NPP’s commitment to Ghana’s development.

Also, Mr Agyapong dismissed the assertion that the ruling party has lost touch with the people of the Ashanti region, the party’s supposed stronghold.

Ken Agyapong emphasized the enthusiastic reception that the NPP’s flagbearer, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, received during his recent visit to the region as evidence of the party’s sustained popularity.

“As a businessman and politician, I understand both politics and business. I acknowledge the current hardships, but when you vote, remember that the NDC is not a viable option—they are very dangerous.

“Be cautious. Under the Akufo-Addo-Bawumia government, we’ve covered fees under Free SHS and even provided uniforms for your children.

He described the NDC as “very dangerous.”

Meanwhile, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia received an enthusiastic welcome from the residents of Kumasi in the Ashanti Region as he embarked on a three-day campaign tour.

The tour, aimed at consolidating support ahead of the 2024 elections, saw massive crowds gathering to greet the New Patriotic Party (NPP) presidential candidate

Randy Osei Akoto

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