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I can see doom ahead for the NPP in 2024 – Kennedy Agyapong cries for help

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The Member of Parliament for Assin Central Kennedy Agyapong hosts said that the New Patriotic Party serious issue and consequences the Party is facing now in Parliament is ignoring their strongholds regions.

According to Kennedy Agyapong, throughout the long term when the NPP is in power, all priority is been focused to different regions whiles their strongholds suffer.

He fearfully revealed that if this isn’t managed very well in this term, it will be very difficult for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to maintain their Power after such a bad records in winning Parliamentary seats.

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He stated “We have 49% as of now so what you need to do is to secure what you have and the public authority’s approaches will win us more electors. However, no, for the NPP, they will leave their fortifications and move to different regions and that caused our destruction.”

Th Assin Central Member of Parliament who was talking in an interview on Adom TV, shown that Deputy Ministers who lost their seats ought to be given Ministerial jobs on the grounds that their Ministers were the reason for their downfall.

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As far as he might be concerned, Deputy Ministers are simply mere appointees who don’t profit in any case from the positions they possess in government.

However, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) this time around after winning the Presidential race failed to come out as the majority in Parliament after securing 137 seats likewise the National Democratic Congress also which means there will be no majority in Parliament.

Meanwhile, the former Deputy Speaker of Parliament popularly known as Alban Bagbin came out victorious and was elected as the Speaker of Parliament after securing 138 votes over his opponent, Prof Mike Quaye who also obtained 137 votes making him the Speaker in the Parliament House.

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