With The Condition of the Economy Under Mahama, Young Men Can’t Marry -Ken Agyapong

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Ken Agyapong has stated categorically that young men can’t marry under Mahama’s administration, considering the poor economy

Although there the attacks and counter attacks over the current economic situation have generally been between contending political parties, President Mahama has been on the receiving end of the massive criticisms.

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MP for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong has said that young men can’t marry in Ghana these days because there is no money in the system. This he said has been worsened by the untold hardship under Mahama’s administration. According to the outspoken MP, the Mahama-led administration has been incompetent, an attribute which has proved detrimental to the youth especially the young men.

Kenpong who is of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has urged the electorate to vote out Mahama in the December 7 elections. According to him, the President has wasted the opportunity to fix the country’s economy hence, should not be given a second chance.



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Mr Agypong said this while addressing party supporters in Lawra in the Upper West Region over the weekend. That was during the campaign launch of the NPP’s parliamentary nominee for the area, Mr Anthony Karbo. He urged the people to say no to party politics and vote for the right reasons.

Ken Agyapong told the people to bear in mind the current situation of the country’s economy while going into the polls. He pointed out that they should think of how life would be after the election, the kind of jobs they’ll have-to enable them settle in the nearest future, the affordability of things, etc.

MP Kennedy Agyapong has continued his fight to ensure that NPP’s Flagbearer Nana Akufo-Addo becomes Ghana’s choice come December. Earlier in October, the MP had raised calls for vigilance among NPP supporters, as he alleged that the incumbent National Democratic Congress (NDC) was planning to rig the elections together with the Electoral Commission.