“Your Boss also Promised it will take him 18 months to transform Ghana” – Kennedy Agyapong told


Kennedy Agyapong has been given some cold replies following his claims it he will work effectively to bring some early changes to Ghana if elected if he was the President of Ghana.

The race to elect a new Leader who can bring some changes to Ghana is already kicking hard in the minds of many Ghanaians less than a year after they went to the polls.

In some bold statement, Member of Parliament for Assin Central constituency, Kennedy Agyapong revealed it will take him only two years to Fix the country as Ghanaians have been crying for.

His claim came at the back of all the protests ongoing in the country calling on the President and the entire leaders to strike some changes to lessen the hardship most citizens are going through.

But it surely looks like Ghanaians are so wild this time that they are not going to fall for some political promises again and that became clear when they were reacting in the comments section of our report that the Law maker said he can use half a term to fix the country’s challenges.

Some Facebook users were quick to remind him that the current president, whom he falls in the same political party with also promised some time ago all he needs to transform the country is 18 years but that hasn’t been seen now almost five years since he was voted into power.

“Your Boss Akufo-Addo Also promised it will take him 18 months to transform Ghana but we are in a complete mess now.” Osmosix Snr wrote

“Akufo Addo said it will take him 18 months to transform Ghana, but today he has borrowed money from every country in the world without anything to show.
Now the last country remains for him to borrow money is Niger, and I believe his plans are fast approached for him to strike the borrowing deal with Niger president.” Dawuda Mohammed also stressed the same concern

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