Kennedy Agyapong, the Member of Parliament for Assin Central, has expressed his disappointment with President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo inability to keep people in government on their toes.
According to asaaseradio.com, he claims that the president has become too kind, which has resulted in his failure to fire nominees who are not performing well.
The member of parliament went on to say that the president was perhaps too calm today because of his age, and that he wouldn’t hold it against him.
“My problem with my own president is that I, Kennedy Agyapong, trusted him because I thought he was harsh, but now he’s too nice for me.”
“We voted President Akufo-Addo because he is a doer… He’s becoming so gentle now. He needs to fire people, but he’s cool about it, which is probably due to his age. “I wouldn’t blame him, though; he’s grown up,” the MP is supposed to have declared on January 22, 2022 in an interview with Asaase radio.
Ken Agyapong also expressed his dissatisfaction with the New Patriotic Party’s nomination processes for polling station and constituency executive elections.
He explained that the current disarray is the result of dishonesty on the part of some factions within the party, which must be handled before it leads to events that will negatively impact the party in the future.
As a result, he encouraged the party’s leadership to take steps to block people who are allegedly buying all of the party nomination forms, causing shortages around the country.
“Stop Alan and Bawumia and allow anyone who want to compete to do so.” Give Ghanaians what they want, and there would be no skirt and blouse,” he added, if they desire peace in the party rather than discord.