- An NDC National Organizer has said he is finally ‘vindicated’ by the utterances of the NPP MP for Assin Central
- According to him, his previous allegations that the victory of the NPP was not legitimate has been confirmed by Kennedy Agyapong
The deputy National Organizer of the National Democratic Congress, Joshua Akamba has expressed relief at the recent utterances by the New Patriotic Party Parliamentary representative for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong.
According to Mr. Akamba, Mr. Agyapong’s words have proved his earlier assertions that the NPP did not win the 2016 general elections through legitimate means.
In an interview with Rainbow Radio on Monday, Mr. Akamba stated he felt ‘vindicated’ after recent threats by the Assin Central MP, to expose the true means by which the NPP won the elections.
He recalls facing backlash from even his own colleagues in the NDC, for alleging that the NPP’s victory was acquired through foul means.
However, with the statements by Kennedy Agyapong, his previous claims have been proved.
“He [Kennedy] said the NPP did not win the 2016 polls fairly. Kennedy Agyapong has said it; nobody should dare him or he will expose them and do you think the NPP will like it?
I believe that the NPP did not win the elections fairly. I travelled across the length and breadth of this country during the campaign season and I can tell you the NPP was a dead party; and so the sudden victory was something between them and their God. But today, Kennedy Agyapong has confirmed it,” Mr. Akamba stated.
He added that if the NPP were brave enough, they should dare the Assin Central MP to reveal all he knows.
Over the past days, Kennedy Agyapong has lashed out at his party, for allegedly trying to bring him and his business down.
He accused some members of the party of conniving with some NDC fellows in spurring the scandal over the contaminated fuel saga, involving the Bulk Oil Storage and Transport Ltd and a number of unlicensed oil companies.
Mr. Agyapong threatened to reveal the true means by which the NPP won the 2016 elections, if those NPP members, if he is not left alone.
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