Only Kennedy Agyapong can defeat John Mahama in 2024 – #FixTheCountry convener Barker-Vormawor asserts

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Oliver Barker-Vormawor, a lawyer and social activist, claims that Kennedy Agyapong is the only representative of the ruling New Patriotic Party who has the potential to defeat John Dramani Mahama in the 2024 presidential election.

On July 20, the organizer of #FixTheCountry stated this in a Facebook post.

He asserts that, barring the Member of Parliament for Assin Central, who doubles as the Chairman of the legislature’s Defence and Interior committee, from withdrawing from the NPP flagbearership race, he will be more successful than the former President, who is vying for reelection.

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In addition, Barker-Vormawor predicted that Agyapong will easily win the next primaries.

Mark my words:

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“Unless, he decides to step down; or is sorted out by the establishment; I think Kennedy Agyapong will easily win the NPP primaries.

“I think of all the NPP aspirants, Kennedy Agyapong is the one who could beat John Mahama in the 2024 elections, fairly,” he wrote.

It is unclear what information Barker-Vormawor is privy to, for which reason he is of the firm belief that Kennedy Agyapong will win the NPP primaries and then emerge victorious in the presidential election.

He said: “If you doubt me, you really haven’t understood the Ghanaian.”

One of the many prominent NPP members who have expressed interest in the party’s flagbearer race, which is anticipated to take place later this year, is Kennedy Agyapong.

Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, Minister of Trade and Industry Alankyeremanteng, Minister of Food and Agriculture Owusu Afriyie Akoto, and others are opponents he must face.

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