Kennedy Agyapong, Assin Central Lawmaker, says that he would prefer Dr Mahamudu Bawumia as the flag-bearer in the elections in 2024. He will head the NPP.
Dr Bawumia, he believes, has proved professional over the years and would be the party's strongest candidate.
Nevertheless, he asked the NPP to shield internal politics and to help President Akufo-Addo implement his policies for the next three years.
He also advised the party to refrain from towing the tribal lines to choose the candidate; whether one's Akan or not does not matter to him, but the person's competence.
"I am going to plead with everyone to shelve the ambition talk. I'm concerned you may have the best brain, but Ghanaians would not vote for us if you do not encourage President Akufo-Addo to serve for 3 years. Our behavior shows plainly that we are looking at the loss in 2024.
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