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    ‘Breaking the 8’: Go back to your grassroots and apologize to those you’ve offended – Ken Agyapong

    Kennedy Agyapong, Member of Parliament for Assin Central, has advised the leaders of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to stop lording over the grassroots.

    The failed presidential aspirant in the party’s presidential election stated that several leaders have offended the grassroots and must go back and apologize to them.

    Speaking on behalf of the other failed presidential aspirants at the official outdooring ceremony of running mate Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, he acknowledged that some of the leaders have offended the grassroots.

    “I want to admonish the party leaders who have offended the party members and generated anger at our grassroots to go back and apologize to them.

    “You have to respect them. I am not asking you to go and give them money but respecting them alone will change their minds. When you get the opportunity to be a leader, you have a responsibility to unite your people and lead them with respect.

    “The Bible says if you want to be a leader, you must first be a servant of the people. Being elected to lead the party does not mean you will lord yourselves over the people.

    “Some of the leaders were arrogant and disrespectful to you, but today they have come before you. We should learn from this and go house to house to apologize to those we have offended, and with unity, we will break the eight-year jinx.”

    Source: rainbowradioonline.com

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