In a recent interview with KSM, Hon. Ken Ohene Agyapong expressed his vision of becoming a disciplinarian president dedicated to the development of Ghana.

During the interview, Agyapong passionately articulated his belief that a president should have a clear, four-year plan focused on strict discipline and development, rather than being preoccupied with securing a second term.
Agyapong emphasized the need for bold development strategies, particularly highlighting the importance of engaging the youth. He mentioned, “We have to be bold about development. Development, development, development. How are we going to develop this country unless we focus our minds, especially the youth’s involvement?”

Agyapong’s vision is grounded in the belief that a focused and disciplined leadership can drive significant progress within a single term. His commitment to development and strict governance sets him apart from those who are more concerned with re-election.

The interview concluded on a high note, with KSM acknowledging Agyapong’s continued energy and influence, stating, “Well, it’s been great hanging out, man. Let me just let you know that you are still firing on all cylinders. And I know this is not the last we will hear from you.”

With these bold declarations, Hon. Ken Ohene Agyapong makes a compelling case for his potential candidacy, promising a leadership style that prioritizes the nation’s development over political longevity.


Written By: Qwofi Emma


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