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NPP Chairman Rebukes Agyapong Over False Allegations

by Oluwatosin Racheal Alabi

Alhaji Musah Fuseini Dangoomah, Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in Sagnarigu, has issued a stern warning to Kennedy Agyapong, a flagbearer hopeful within the party. He cautions Agyapong against disseminating false information and making baseless allegations.

This rebuke comes in response to recent allegations by Agyapong, in which he claimed that some NPP chairmen had sold their votes during the NPP’s super delegates’ election.

During an interview on Wontumi TV on October 23, 2023, Dangoomah condemned Agyapong’s actions, asserting that they have been detrimental to the unity and reputation of the NPP. He particularly singled out the accusation made against himself. Agyapong alleged that Dangoomah had accepted GH¢100,000 and a brand-new pickup truck in exchange for his vote during the August 26 election. Dangoomah vehemently dismissed this allegation as groundless and false.

In a firm and candid tone, Dangoomah stated, “Ken is not a good person but rather a bad person. When Ken came to the Northern region, he wanted to start a fight. He said that Dr. Bawumia gave me a brand-new pickup and 1 billion to vote for him. I asked him who told him I took 1 billion and a brand-new pickup. He is an elderly person, so why would he be saying such things? He is a leader in the NPP, and the kind of things he has been saying; he cannot be a flagbearer because he doesn’t speak the truth.”

Dangoomah continued to emphasize that no one had offered him 1 billion or a pickup during the election. He urged people to discern the truth and cautioned against Agyapong’s habit of spreading falsehoods.

In a warning to Agyapong, Dangoomah declared, “I want to tell Kennedy Agyapong that next time he comes to the Northern region, whatever he will come and say there, he should try and speak the truth because the NPP wants to break the eight. … I want to tell Ken that, for me, Chairman Dangoomah, the next time he comes to the Northern region and does that again, he will see. I will show him down,” he warned, while also suggesting that Agyapong consider joining the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC).

Kennedy Agyapong is set to compete for the flagbearership position alongside three other contenders: Dr. Bawumia, Dr. Owusu Afriyie Akoto, and Francis Addai-Nimoh.

The NPP has scheduled November 4, 2023, as the date for electing a successor to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo as the leader of the party.

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