- Kennedy Agyapong has been on a rant against his party since last week
- He has threatened to reveal damning evidence of how the NPP truly won the 2016 elections
- He has also criticized the party for demanding formal certificates from the youth supporters before accepting them into positions
It seems the fire raging against the New Patriotic Party by their own member, Kennedy Agyapong, is still burning on.
Over the last couple of days, the Assin Central parliamentary representative has spewed venom on his party and their activities.
He has lambasted various branches of the party and accused them of trying to bring him and his business down.
In a recent report, the Assin Central MP has criticized the party for their demand of formal education certificates from youth members before accepting their active involvement in activities.
“They are always asking for certificates before they give the youth employment. There are some jobs you don’t need certificates so why should you ask for certificates when you didn’t do same when they were working to bring the party to power?” he asked.
Mr. Agyapong wondered why the party did not demand for the certificates at the time they required the campaign efforts from the youth, but are now towing that line since winning the elections.
He expressed his displeasure with the outlook of the party because according to him, he had promised to offer jobs to the youth of the country.
He stated that the opposition National Democratic Congress was doing more for their members than the NPP was.
Mr. Agyapong asserted that the NPP worked hard during Former President Kufuor’s tenure, however they lost the election because of ‘big grammar’, which is repeating itself today, with the demand for formal certificates.
Mr. Agyapong has ranted about the woes in his party on media platforms, occasionally threatening to expose the party on how they really won the 2016 elections.
The NPP, represented by John Boadu, the acting General Secretary has said they have taken notice of his conduct and will act accordingly in due time.
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