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Kennedy Agyapong will break away from NPP after Nov 4 – Maurice Ampaw

Private legal practitioner, Maurice Ampaw, has asserted that Assin Central MP, Kennedy Agyapong, will part ways with the ruling New Patriotic Party following the much-anticipated presidential primaries slated for November 4.

According to Lawyer Ampaw, the presidential aspirant would only exit the ruling party if he fails to emerge flagbearer at the end of the day.

He noted that recent actions by Mr Agyapong indicate to him that he join Alan Kyerematen who recently exited the ruling party owing to challenges with the electoral processes to elect a flagbearer, among others.

“I can tell you on authority that he doesn’t want to be part of NPP. He has decided, per his actions, show that if you don’t vote for him on November 4, he will leave the party and follow Alan,” he said.

In recent times, there has been bad blood between Mr Agyapong and some members of the NPP including Ashanti Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Bernard Antwi Boasiako popularly known as Chairman Wontumi.

Chairman Wontumi at a press conference in Kumasi earlier on Wednesday threatened to cause the arrest of Kennedy Agyapong if he “threatens” him again.

But Kennedy Agyapong’s campaign team in the Ashanti Region has called the bluff of Bernard Antwi Boasiako, over his threat to cause the arrest of the flagbearer aspirant.

Meanwhile, a member of the National Democratic Congress’ (NDC) communication team, Kwadwo Danquah, has also projected that Mr Kennedy Agyapong will leave the NPP.

According to Mr Kwadwo Danquah, he expects Mr Agaypong to follow the footsteps of former Trade Minister Alan Kyerematen owing to the alleged maltreatment meted out to them by the leadership of the ruling party.

The Eastern Regional Communications Office made the prediction during an interview on Power FM on September 26, 2023.

“When they go to their office, they go for Kan Dapaah’s boys to come and beat them and destroy their cars. That is what they did to Alan and for that, he has resigned from the party. That thing Akufo-Addo is doing may cause the downfall of the NPP. Mark my words today, Ken Agyapong will also go independent. He will resign and go independent.”

“I am the Eastern Regional Communications Officer; I am saying it on your platform. Today is 26th September 2023, I’m saying after they conclude the November primaries, Kennedy Agyapong will go independent.”

theindependentghana.com

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