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Supporters of Alan have switched to Ken Agyapong’s camp.

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Following the resignation of former Trade and Industry Minister Alan John Kwadwo Kyerematen, supporters in the Oti area have backed Assin Central Member of Parliament Kennedy Ohene Agyapong in the November 4 primary.

The supporters claim job creation will be the deciding element in the forthcoming presidential primary, a goal shared by both Alan Kyerematen and Kennedy Agyapong. They add that Mr. Kyerematen’s departure forces them to vote for the Chairman of Parliament’s Defence and Interior Committee, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong.

At a news conference in Dambai on Thursday, September 28, 2023, the group’s spokesperson, Francis Songeh, stated that their decision is based on Mr. Agyapong’s dream of providing jobs for Ghana’s youth, a vision articulated by Mr. Kyerematen prior to his retirement.

“We believe strongly that if we get Ken as the next president of Ghana, he will create jobs, and the job creation will spread across the country, and the Oti region will benefit,” he stated. Our youth will find work. If you look at the aspirants so far, you will notice that none of them are preaching this message. Only Ken Ohene Agyapong is spreading this message. He is the right man to head the NPP in the 2024 elections.”

Meanwhile, Hayford Obeng, a member of the Ken Agyapong national campaign team, welcomed the members and expressed satisfaction over the turn of events, saying they will work together to guarantee Ken Agyapong’s ambition of becoming President of the Republic becomes a reality.

“The Ken Agyapong team is overjoyed with what happened today. On behalf of Hon. Ken Agyapong, I greet you all. With Alan out, Ken Agyapong is the only plausible candidate left in the race. Your arrival is divinely ordained and perfectly timed. “Those of us who are already on the team will collaborate with you,” he stated.

 

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