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Kennedy Agyapong’s campaign team clarifies “showdown” comment



The campaign team of Kennedy Ohene Agyapong has clarified that his comment about a “showdown” with the President Nana Akufo-Addo and Vice President Dr. Mahamudu during Saturday’s special delegates conference was not a threat.

Agyapong, who is a flagbearer hopeful in the New Patriotic Party was captured on video making a phone call where he said he would give a “showdown” to the President and Vice President after receiving information that his agents had been attacked in the North East Region.

This raised concerns and led to disciplinary action being taken against the Assin Central Member of Parliament, who came second in the polls.

At a press conference, Agyapong’s campaign manager, Kwame Owusu, said that the expression “showdown” was only used to indicate that Agyapong would win the November 4 polls, regardless of any alleged intimidation against him.

“Whether or not the confrontation was directed towards the Vice President or not, are you concerned about the meaning of confrontation? Because I think the showdown is basically a decisive point of either a confrontation or a contest. In that regard, if it is addressed to the Vice president it only then meant that come November no matter what happens he is going to be a victor.”

“And so that is a showdown, a decisive confrontation and contest… It is not a threat, it is nothing for us to be worried about, it is just a simple language probably expressed in a different form,” he stated.

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