NPP National Executives must not seek re-election – Kennedy Agyapong

Maverick politician, Kennedy Agyapong has cautioned the current National Executives of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) not to dare contest for reelection if they fail to rise up and speak against current happenings in the party and government.

“National Executives I am warning you, if they don’t open their mouths and talk for those who have been given appointments to assist the youth to get jobs, they should not dare contest for reelection….that is the condition I am giving them. They should ensure that those who are in positions facilitate the youth to get employment in order to support the party. So soon they have started agitating. As for me I won’t keep quiet. I will talk because I am ready to die for Ghana and NPP”, he disclosed.

Responding to claims of allegations against the Managing Director of the Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation Company Limited (BOST), Alfred Obeng on Asempa FM, he revealed that some elements within the party are fueling his sack because he has refused to allow them have their selfish way.

To this end, Mr Agyapong warned that plans to yank him out will mark the downfall of the NPP and the better the executives begin speaking about the deep-seated hatred that had bedeviled the elephant family, the better for all of them.

A visibly unhappy Kennedy Agyapong said “the way I am angry, the NPP will collapse soon. They have vowed to disgrace me, the way I will disgrace them, they don’t know. Once they sit down and allow the reputation of Alfred Obeng to be ruined; that will be the beginning of their troubles”.

“I will not hate anyone. I will henceforth not also honour calls or invitations from anyone no matter the status of the person in the party”, he added.

According to him, selfishness and greed has taken centre stage of the party indicating that since the party assumed power, he has not received a single contract meanwhile all major contracts have been doled out to some members of the opposition.

“I have not received a single contract but I know where the contracts are going to. I fear no one in the NPP. I have suffered for this party and committed my resources to its victory to the extent that it is hard for me these days to the pay fees of my wards. They go to sit at Alisa Hotel and warned me to shut up else I won’t get a contract. We shall see”, he threatened.

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