Honorable Kennedy Agyapong, a Ghanaian politician, and MP for Assin Central boasted of his wealth being more than $400 million in a recent interview.
The loudmouth politician from Ghana claims that he is the greatest candidate for the 2024 presidential election because he is richer than the other contenders.
Kennedy Agyapong’s campaign team announced earlier this week that if their candidate wins, they will make sure that all MPs who backed Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia in the presidential primaries lose their seats.
The campaign team continued by saying that this is the only way to ensure they will have people with whom they can collaborate to carry out their change agenda.
The Kennedy Agyapong Campaign team chairman, Kwame Owusu, questioned in an interview with Citi News why Mr Agyapong’s close friends, including KT Hammond and Alexander Afenyo-Markin, haven’t publicly supported his candidature.
Kennedy Agyapong, the Minister of Trade, is best friends with Honourable K.T. Hammond, but he has not been able to support him.
Kennedy Agyapong’s best friend Afenyo-Markin has not been able to support him, according to Owusu.
We knew that they would go to the other side in order to protect their jobs because they were psychologically intimidated.
The majority of these MPs will be removed if we have the opportunity to prevail. We’re going to fight them,” he declared.
Ahead of the forthcoming presidential primaries on November 4, Mr. Owusu has also acknowledged that his campaign team has resorted to providing financial incentives to certain delegates.
He clarified that their choice to call delegates was a reaction to the enormous quantities of cash that Dr. Bawumia’s camp was giving to delegates.
“He has offered some inducements that are excessively high, and when people see it, they get very upset about things that we can’t afford, like NABCO.
We recently owed a significant amount of money for school lunches and other expenses.
People get suspicious, therefore, when they witness the amount of money that is moving that they claim they don’t have, Mr. Owusu told Citi.
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