If the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) is banking its hopes on outspoken lawmaker, Kennedy Agyapong to campaign for it in 2020, then it better rethink because he has served notice he would not campaign for the party either in Ghana or elsewhere outside the country.
As per a radio meeting monitored by MyNewsGh.com, the NPP firebrand has formally pronounced he would not wander into specific zones to battle for the gathering where he effectively did in the 2020 surveys.
“We went to Magazine and crusaded and that day the group that turned out was simply unfathomable however this time in the event that you request that I go there today, I won’t go in light of the fact that we have baffled me. I am revealing to you reality”, he uncovered.
His legitimization is that the current NPP government has fizzled extra parts merchants at Magazine with a guarantee to slice import obligations of extra parts including he won’t go outside the nation to crusade either.
“I am hanging tight for them to come and instruct me to go outside the nation to crusade. I can’t do it on the grounds that whenever I travel outside the nation they get some information about import obligations. Take a gander at Aboshie Okai and Kumasi Magazine, the Kayayei young lady sorted out individuals to come and convey their dish. I can’t go to the Magazine again in light of the fact that they are irate. In any case, as I talk, there are a great deal of ‘booklong’ individuals in the gathering who state my monetary is rudimentary”, he weeped over.
Mr. Kennedy Agyapong a year ago seen that if the Akufo-Addo government doesn’t know about the ramifications of its assessment burden choices on Ghanaian organizations, he himself visited a few zones in Tema and reports that high charges which “doesn’t bode well” is causing the breakdown of numerous organizations and Ghanaians are losing their methods for business.
As indicated by Mr Agyapong, Ghanaian and ostracize organizations are altogether been influenced as they can’t support their activities because of the high assessment requests combined with high import duities from the Akufo-Addo government.