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Some Regional Chairmen of NPP got over Ghc100,000 for super-delegates conference – Kennedy Agyapong

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The New Patriotic Party (NPP) flagbearer hopeful, who also serves as the Assin Central MP, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, has alleged that some Regional Chairmen of the NPP received as much as one hundred thousand Ghana cedis as inducements to vote for specific candidates during the recent super-delegates conference.

Mr. Agyapong made these comments when he spoke to A1 Radio’s Mark Smith on the Day Break Upper East show.

“Some regional chairmen got as much as Ghc100,000, Ghc150,000, Navaras, Toyota Prados and now they are coming to you that they would give you Ghc1,000 or Ghc2,000.”

The NPP flagbearer hopeful revealed this information as a precursor to urging delegates not to be financially induced to vote for individuals who cannot contribute to the country’s development during the upcoming election on November 4th.

“Everybody’s vote is one. The vote counts as one not two. So if they have taken Ghc100,000, every delegate should demand Ghc100,000 before they vote for them. If not, don’t vote for them because they will continue to cheat you. Some of them are not even bold to use the cars and they are now threatening delegates. The delegates should be bold,” he said. 

Meanwhile, Mr. Agyapong, the Presidential Flag Bearer Aspirant of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has expressed his concerns about the lack of development in the five northern regions despite the abundant potential among the youth.

According to him, leaders, including Members of Parliament, past Vice Presidents, and Presidents alike, have been insensitive to the immense potential for growth and development in these regions.

“People like Aliu Mahama, who was Vice President, John Mahama, and others, including some MPs, if they were committed to the growth of the regions, agriculture would have been a golden opportunity for these regions and the country at large. However, these past and present leaders have failed to effectively champion and harness this potential.”

He noted that these regions offer a golden opportunity for agricultural development that could not only provide employment opportunities for the youth but also significantly contribute to the nation’s food security and economic growth.

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Ghana

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