- Ken Agyapong has warned the NPP not to underestimate former President Mahama in the upcoming 2024 elections
- According to him, Mahama is a force to reckon with
- He noted that due to the numbers Mahama polled in 2020, it will not be easy for the NPP to win a third term in 2024
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The Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong has warned the New Patriotic Party not to underrate John Mahama in the upcoming 2024 elections.
According to Ken Agyapong, in the last election, Mahama closed the million gap by 500,000 votes.
He added that this goes to say the former president is a force to reckon with in the next election.
“Don’t underestimate Mahama because he lost by over a one-million-vote margin and in the last election, it reduced to 500 [thousand]. It tells you that he is a force to reckon with," he said.
In a report filed by Ghanaweb, Ken Agyapong noted that it will not be easy for the NPP to win a third term in 2024.
According to him, the victory of the party in 2024 solely depends on the performance of President Akufo-Addo’s second term which has just begun.
He added that the third term will not be easy at all since no one has ever been able to do it.
“The third term is not easy, nobody has been able to do that, so that should be a lesson to us if indeed we want to get the third term, then we should do things right,” Agyapong said.
In other news, Kennedy Agyapong and a couple of his children combined efforts to celebrate one of his daughter's birthday as she turned 24 years old.
Kennedy Agyapong's daughter turned 24 years old on April 3 and together with his first son, Ken Agayopong Jnr, other siblings including young and old sisters teamed up to deliver sweet birthday messages in a video to celebrate her.
The Member of Parliament for Assin Central appears in the adorable clip along with a couple of his children to wish the celebrant a happy birthday.
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