- Kennedy Agyapong turned up at the NPP delegates congress in a pair of shorts
- The Assin Central MP was in a pair of black shorts and a Polo shirt
- About 6000 members of the NPP were present at the delegates congress
Member of Parliament for the Assin Central constituency, Kennedy Agyapong, received a triumphant entry to the party's national delegates congress when he appeared in a clean pair of shorts.
The unconventional politician caught the attention of especially women delegates who could not turn their eyes away from his shorts and a white polo shirt.
It was a scuffle as female delegates mobbed him just to steal a picture or two from him. Kennedy Agyapong is noted for his entrenched stance against his own party in some decisions and in the last couple of weeks.
He had earlier revealed that his party the NPP "did not win the 2016 elections physically".
This was after alleging that the NPP was conspiring to bring him down. Kennedy Agyapong stated that some powers within the party want him to shut down - a pressure he can never succumb to.
The 'say-it-as-it-is' politician revealed how much he had invested in the party especially in the lead up to the 2016 elections. He sounded so angry, issuing threats of revealing some secrets at the party.
"If NPP wan to bring me down I’ll also bring the party down n tell how we won the 2016 election. We didn’t win it physical am telling u today...NPP should dare me I’ll reveal every secret about 2016 election,” he added.
Meanwhile, the lead up to the national congress was accompanied by some controversies regarding vote buying. Freddie Blay was criticized for flexing his financial muscle by first buying 275 buses for all constituencies and also allegedly sharing wads of cedis with a picture of him embossed on them.
Watch video of Kennedy Agyapong at the NPP congress courtesy Ghanaweb:
In all, close to 6000 delegates across the country made it to the national congress. Security was very tight too as the police service deployed 1000 personnel to ensure that lives and properties are safeguarded.
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