OUTSPOKEN POLITICIAN, Kennedy Agyapong, has said he has just two years and some few months left in parliament.
The Assin Central Member of Parliament (MP) says serving his people in the august House for 24 long years is enough.
According to him, he doesn’t want to be referred to as ‘Mugabe’ for overstaying in parliament, hence his decision to exit.
Kennedy Agyapong said he believes he has duly paid his dues for his constituents in parliament and it is time for him to go.
According to him, he has therefore decided to finally leave parliament in 2024 for another person to take over from him.
Kennedy Agyapong, however, said leaving parliament in 2024 doesn’t mean he is retiring from public service entirely.
The NPP guru says he loves public service so he is working hard to be elected as Ghana’s next president in 2024.
“I want to succeed President Akufo-Addo as Ghana’s next president on NPP ticket in 2024”, he said on Net2 TV.
The interview was monitored by Press1News.
Kennedy Agyapong insists the NPP needs a new face as presidential candidate to help them to win a third successive polls.
He flatly debunked reports that he has started his presidential bid late, saying “I have one-year to market myself”.
By I.F. Joe Awuah Jnr