Being a leader or an overseer deserves a whole lot of experience and enthusiasm to the job, even though Nana Addo Dankwa is doing the best for Ghana but still Ghanaians still fight against his little short comings.
Recently on the internet , Kennedy Agyapong has shown his clear decision of becoming the next president of the republic of ghana thereby bragging about Mahama and Bawumia being no competition to him during the coming election 2024.
The Legislator indicated that he will beat Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia because, from his research, only 3% of Vice Presidents across the world have been able to be retained as President therefore making him a flagbearer will be disastrous for the party. Basing on such reports Kennedy Agyapong has jumped into the conclusion of being the next Ghana president.
“Dr. Bawumia has done a fantastic job but from my research, it’s only 3% of Vice Presidents who have been able to move straight to become Presidents. Why will we want to take a risk like that? That is why I’ve decided to come in. Dr Bawumia is a fantastic man but the global downturn and the Russia, Ukraine war have made every government unpopular so why do you want to take a risk like that?
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