Deputy Foreign Minister Kwaku Ampratwum-Sarpong voiced concern about the NPP’s electoral prospects (NPP).
He predicted that if elections were held today, the ruling party would lose heavily to the NDC.
Mr. Ampratwum-Sarpong stated that the NPP’s slogan of “breaking the 8” would not be realized until Ghana’s economy is stabilized fast.
“We promised to alter history and destiny.” We’re getting rid of eight people (8). If an election were held today, the NPP would lose. Black is black, and red is red. I’ll be blunt.
“I’m there, I’m aware of what’s going on, and I can hear my folks.” Today’s topic is. We are up against a significant obstacle.”
With multiple contenders, the race for the next NPP flagbearer is more difficult than predicted.
Both Kennedy Agyapong and the Minister of Agriculture have expressed interest in leading the party.
Many believe the NPP’s chances of winning the next election are diminishing, citing the failing economy and inadequate governance. Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister Kwaku Ampratwum-Sarpong agrees.