According to Mr. Jonathan-Asante Otchere, a political analyst and lecturer at the University of Cape Coast (UCC), Hon. Kennedy Agyapong, a presidential candidate for the New Patriotic Party (NPP), cannot win the 2024 elections if he leads his party.
The Assin Central MP, according to Mr. Jonathan-Asante Otchere, could have been the ideal president for the Republic of Ghana given the current status of the nation, but his human rights records in Ghana are appalling.
Given his severe temperament, he pointed out that Kennedy Agyapong can quickly revolutionize everything in order to transform the country’s fortunes.
“Given the state of the nation at the moment, Kennedy Agyapong would have been the ideal candidate to bring about a systemic revolution. His poor track record with regard to human rights is his biggest issue. He has no regard for others. In an interview with Mr. Jonathan-Asante Otchere on Angel FM Kumasi, he revealed.
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The political expert pointed out Hon. Kennedy Agyapong’s shortcomings, saying that his propensity for insults brings shame onto people and that he is also known for fighting women unnecessarily.
“He is undesirable because of the insults, level of humiliation, and pointless fights he picks with women, among other things, on his TV show, “The Boiling Point.” There are a great many of them. He brought up the matter of Judge Ahmed Suale and the judges’ insults.
But he gave the prospective flagbearer this advice: “If you knew you wanted to be president, you should have learned how to behave. I fail to see how Ghanaians could accept such a person as their leader.
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