Kennedy Agyapong has been lambasted by lawyer Maurice Ampaw for celebrating John Boadu’s defeat.
Mr. Stephen Ayesu Ntim, the now-former National Patriotic Party general secretary, took over the position last weekend.
Prior to John Boadu’s loss, events like Kennedy Agyapong predicted a heavy loss for him.
Because he had lost touch with the grassroots members, John had apparently become unpopular among the party faithful.
The fact that the party’s executives were never present at the National Head Office was Kennedy’s greatest concern.
That erroneous action, he believes, will doom the party in the future.
In an interview, he went on to say that the apparent misbehavior of party executives sends the wrong message.
If grassroots people are always absent from the party’s headquarters, the party, in his opinion, is not prepared to hear their complaints.
For these and other reasons, Kennedy gave his blessings to party delegates to vote out such executives.
Now, some party supporters, including Kennedy Agyapong, feel justified in the wake of last Saturday’s elections.
Meanwhile, Maurice Ampaw was not amused when he discovered the likes of Kennedy were celebrating John Boadu’s loss.
Check out Maurice Ampaw’s commentary below.