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See how Kennedy Agyapong was surrounded by people in his hometown while on a campaign visit


On a listening tour, KEN OHENE AGYAPONG was assaulted in his hometown.

On Wednesday, when Kennedy Ohene Agyapong arrived in the Assin Fosu community as part of his listening tour campaign, everything was upside down.


As the cars transporting him and his entourage arrived from the outskirts of the town, the enormous crowd that had assembled to welcome him could not contain their excitement and enthusiasm.

Young and aged men and women could be seen tripping over one another in an effort to view Kennedy Agyapong.

The boisterous gathering was difficult for the local security personnel stationed there to control during a busy period.

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) member Kennedy Agyapong, who represents Assin Central Constituency in the House of Representatives, went there to hear the concerns of party members and to let them know that he intends to run for the position of flagbearer when nominations are opened.

As part of his preparation to run for the presidency of his party, Kennedy Agyapong has spent the past two months going on a listening tour across the nation.

Ken is required to listen to concerns about the NPP from various constituencies and areas as part of his trip in order to determine how effectively to address such concerns.

He was compelled to stop and speak with a number of party supporters and others who had gathered on the streets of neighboring settlements going into Assin Fosu, despite the fact that the intended route was for Assin Fosu from Accra.

In order to wave to the audience that had collected along the streets of the major communities heading to the constituency, Straight-talking Ken had to occasionally exit the rooftop of his truck.

Kennedy Agyapong explained to the boisterous audience gathered in Assin that he had visited numerous constituencies across the nation and that the complaints he had thus far heard suggested that he was need to intervene to stabilize the situation.

The straightforward Thus, Ken took the opportunity to reiterate that he will choose nomination forms to challenge the opposition when the NPP opens nominations for the presidential primary.

He made it crystal clear that he would never do someone else’s bidding and that he was standing by his decision.

He informed the populace that the youth and women of this nation were the reason he was running for office, and that he had a plan that would enable the young people to reach their full potential.

When the party elects him to lead it into the 2024 general elections, he said that he would accomplish this by creating a significant number of jobs.


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