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Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, an aspirant for the flagbearer position of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has resolved to opening to ideas from his supporters in the final lap of his campaign towards the November 4 presidential primary.

The Assin Central Member of Parliament garnered 132 votes at the special college election organised Saturday, August 26, 2023, to trim the 10 aspirants to five for the final exercise in November.

In a statement issued by the lawmaker Sunday, August 27, 2023, Mr. Agyapong promised to improve on other areas where opportunities abound for him to secure victory in the upcoming primary.

“I pledge to engage and listen more as I embark on the final leg of my listening tour in the run up to the 4th November elections. I also promise to improve on all fronts to atone for areas where we have opportunities. I am confident that together we shall lead the NPP to break the eight for all Ghanaians to realize the full potential of our dear country,” he pledged.

The Chairman of Parliament’s Defence and Interior Committee extended an appreciation “to the 132 delegates who braved unprecedented difficulties to vote for me to put me in second place and thereby qualify me to compete in the main primaries on 4th November, I express my heartfelt gratitude to you and God’s guidance over you.”

He also reminded his fans of the larger contest ahead in November saying the battle has just begun, adding that the aim is to break the 8 to consolidate the gains of the New Patriotic Party.

“I urge my cherished campaign team, volunteers, and teeming supporters in Ghana and around the world to know that the larger battle to win the polls of 4th November 2023 and secure the Flagbearership slot of the NPP has just begun.

After that comes the ultimate fight of 7th December 2024 against the NDC to sustain the gains our party has made over the past two terms and transform our dear country,” he stated.

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