Ken Agyapong’schools’ Nyaho-Tamakloe on his services to the NPP by paying loans and purchasing hundreds of vehicles.

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Assin Central’s Kennedy Agyapong, a member of parliament, has presented a description of his services to the New Patriotic Party (NPP) throughout its history.

Ken Agyapong'schools' Nyaho-Tamakloe on his services to the NPP by paying loans and purchasing hundreds of vehicles.
Ken Agyapong’schools’ Nyaho-Tamakloe on his services to the NPP by paying loans and purchasing hundreds of vehicles.

On January 12, Kennedy Agyapong of Net2 TV described how, starting in 1991, he and others, such as the former Energy Minister Boakye Agyarko, became interested in the party and made major monetary and logistical contributions to its founding.

The Assin Central MP, who was located in the US at the time, continued by saying that he was a member of a core group of Ghanaians that rose up against Rawlings and protested against him during one of his trips to the US.

He said that the NPP’s conception took place in 1991 as a Danquah-Busia party before it was officially renamed the New Patriotic Party in 1992.

Kennedy Agyapong claims he participated in all of these processes because he disapproved of the way the nation was being run during the time Jerry John Rawlings was president.

“Before founding the party in 1992, we had our start as Danquah-Busia in 1991. I admire the founding members for taking a chance to oppose Rawlings. I offer credit to people like Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu and Alan Kyerematen, but we funded the majority of the operations from the US. I objected to Rawlings’ autocratic rule. In Germany and the United States, I received a taste of the free world, he claimed.

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