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“Northerners’ poverty is a result of bad political leadership,” Kennedy Agyepong

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Kennedy Agyapong, a candidate for the New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) flagbearer position, claims that the typical Ghanaian has suffered greatly as a result of the nation’s poor governance.

According to Agyapong, who is also the Member of Parliament for the Assin Central Constituency in the Central area, if the nation had a visionary leader in charge, a portion of the country—particularly the Northern region—would not be impoverished because of the community’s abundant fertile lands.

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The immensity of the land in the area, he said, might have led to the establishment of businesses that would have employed the youth, but instead, because of visionless leaders, the people in the area are suffering from poverty.

“The majority of you come from the north, and you always think of yourself as having been rejected by God.

But, God adores you so much.

but because we have the wrong political leaders…because northerners are destitute despite the region’s immense natural beauty, from Kintampo to Pusiga to Lawra. What? He said, “Who born dog?

The Assin Central Member of Parliament advised delegates for the upcoming flagbearer elections to be selective in their voting decisions so that they can select a candidate who understands their hardships and problems while addressing some party supporters in the Ayawaso East Constituency in the Greater Accra area.

In the five northern regions, he continued, “you will get enough land to clear with machines, therefore that’s where you would get around 50% of Ghana’s industries, all the agro-processing companies.”

Kennedy Agyapong continued by claiming that he is the greatest possible candidate for the NPP since he is aware of the needs and hardships of the organization’s base and has solutions for Ghana’s issues.

Kennedy Agyapong, Francis Addai-Nimoh, Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen, and Dr. Owusu Afriyie Akoto, among others, have all expressed their intention to run in the NPP presidential primary.

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