The host of "The Seat" show on net 2 TV, Kwaku Annan, has revealed an interesting report of a survey that he has conducted. On the Seat show on Wednesday night 21st July 2021, Kwaku Annan has made known to the public a survey he has undertaken in the the past few months. According to him, the survey has revealed that there is one person within the political circles that has the chance to penetrate and make a huge impact in the 2024 election. He revealed that in both NPP and NDC who are the giant duo in the political game, the honourable member of parliament for the Assin Central constituency, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, is the one who can pull a massive support, according to his recent research conducted.
Well, the prowess of the MP for the Assin Central cannot be taken for granted in this country when it comes to politics in Ghana. He may be capable of harnessing a massive votes when made a leader of the political party. But as to whether he is up to the task per what Kwaku Annan's survey is claiming, we cannot vouch for.
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