Ken Agyapong will be president of Ghana – Carl Wilson
Calls for a Third Force to Break the Party Dominance
In an exclusive interview on “Onua Efie Ne Fie with the 3 wise men” on Onua FM, former chairman of the Confiscated Vehicles Allocation Committee, Carl Wilson, expressed his firm belief that Member of Parliament for Assin Central Constituency, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, is the ideal candidate to lead Ghana as its next president.
Wilson is extending an invitation to Agyapong to collaborate and form an alliance for the upcoming 2024 elections.
Mr. Wilson, a seasoned political activist, stressed the urgent need for a departure from the conventional political landscape dominated by the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the New Patriotic Party (NPP). He asserted,
“We have a third force now. Ghana has a third force. The problem in Ghana is party, party, party, and if we continue the way we have been doing, Ghana will not go anywhere.”
According to Wilson, the prevailing issue in Ghanaian politics lies in the perpetual struggle for power between the NDC and NPP, primarily due to corruption. He questioned the wisdom of consistently choosing between the two major parties and proposed injecting balance into the system.
“The only way is to inject balance in the system. We need an independent person who can work seriously with parliament. He does not belong to the NPP or NDC. He is the only one who can work to inject balance into the system,” emphasized Mr. Wilson.
He further elaborated that the key to achieving this balance is an individual elected by Ghanaians, not by any political party. Without explicitly naming him, Wilson pointed to Kennedy Agyapong as the suitable candidate for this crucial role.
“It’s Kennedy Agyapong. Ghanaians should rise up and support Ken Agyapong. Kennedy is the only one who can inject that balance. Bring Mahama. What is he coming to do? And don’t talk about Bawumia. He is a mess. What is Bawumia bringing to make a difference? Kennedy Agyapong will respond to the call of Ghanaians and become the president of Ghana by breaking away from the NPP,” asserted Wilson.
In conclusion, Mr. Wilson underscored the public’s yearning for Kennedy Agyapong to take the helm in the upcoming elections, advocating for a departure from the traditional party-centric approach to pave the way for a more balanced and independent leadership.