Kennedy Agyapong’s campaign team clarifies the use of the word “showdown”

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Kennedy Ohene Agyapong‘s campaign team has sought to make it clear that his recent remark about a potential “showdown” with President Nana Akufo-Addo and Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia during the party’s special delegates conference was not meant as a threat. Agyapong is a flagbearer candidate for the New Patriotic Party (NPP).

In a video, Mr. Agyapong, a member of parliament for Assin Central, is heard using the word “showdown” in reference to the President and Vice President.

The NPP started to think about taking disciplinary action against him as a result of these questions and worries. Kennedy

Mr. Agyapong’s campaign manager, Kwame Owusu, highlighted during a news conference that the term “showdown” was chosen to convey Agyapong’s steadfast intention to win the election on November 4.

According to him, there was no hint of an impending altercation or hatred toward the Vice President or the President.

Mr. Owusu continued, “Are you concerned about what confrontation means, regardless of whether the Vice President was the target of the altercation or not? Because, in my opinion, the showdown usually marks the end of a confrontation or a contest. In that respect, if it is addressed to the Vice President, it simply means that come November, he will win regardless of what occurs. Kennedy

“So that’s a showdown, a definitive contest, and a confrontation… It’s nothing to worry about; it’s just plain English delivered in a different way, so it’s not a danger, he said.

Agyapong is eager to completely cooperate with the party’s disciplinary procedure, he further emphasized.

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