Kennedy Agyapong expresses worry about Ghana’s attitude of honesty as conceit.

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Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, a presidential candidate from the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and member of parliament for Assin Central, has expressed his dissatisfaction with the propensity to falsely characterize those who tell the truth as haughty.

The renowned businessman expressed his disappointment at the widespread tendency to label those who speak openly as arrogant during an interview on Citi TV. He believes that this categorization discourages many from engaging in open discussions of significant topics out of concern that they will be branded as such.

Many Ghanaians, according to Mr. Agyapong, are reluctant to express the truth out loud for fear of being branded as haughty. They label you as conceited and offensive when you express the truth.

Agyapong commented on his frequently perceived rough language and direct responses on platforms of public media, saying, “I always reciprocate actions, and before I come out, you would have done it for several times that I did not even say anything, and one day when I come out because it is me, then the public begins to have problems with my response, and I think that is unfair.”

He emphasized the necessity for boldness, honesty, sincerity, and discipline in the country’s efforts to progress.

Mr. Agyapong expressed his disagreement with the practice of reprimanding individuals who respond to allegations and insults aimed at them while ignoring the initial provocations.

Arguing that his record showcases a balance between positive and perceived negative actions, Mr. Agyapong defended himself as a model worth emulating. 

He maintained that the overall impact of his contributions outweighs any negative perceptions that might arise from his outspoken nature.

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