Failed presidential hopeful of the New Patriotic Party(NPP) Kwabena Agyei Agyapong has predicted victory for Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia in the party’s 4th November 2023 Presidential primary.

The Vice President and his entourage including the first lady Samiratu Bawumia today 1st November 2023 joined the former Presidential spokesperson to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the passing away of his late mother at Asokore Mampong Roman Catholic Church.

The entourages including the Ashanti regional chairman of the Ruling New Patriotic Party, Bernard Antwi Boasiko popularly known as ‘Chairman Wontumi’, Simon Osei Mensah Ashanti regional minister, Chairman of the Ashanti Parliamentary Caucus, Emmanuel Adjei Anhwere among other regional executives ofthe party.

The Vice President attended the program through the invitation of the former General Secretary of the Party, a clear sign of unity and care for one another.

The Presence of the Vice President Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia and the wife made the event very colorful as the  two and their wives danced together to give glory to the Almighty God for how far he has brought the family of the Agyapongs.

While appreciating the company of the Vice president and his wife? Engineer Kwabene Agyapong commended the Vice President the regionalexecutive of the party for demonstrating their love to the Agyapong family.

He said “ I would like to thank Vice President Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia for making time to celebrate the 10 years anniversary of my late mother and making us proud. We pray for God’s fullness over his life responsibilities as the vice president of Ghana to make his dreams and good thoughts for Ghana a reality. There’s a big victory before you! God bless the Vice President’’ he prayed.

This indirect endorsement from the former general secretary ofthe party attracted a lot of applause by the congregation of the church while the party supporter and other Islamic community members who accompanied the Vice President shouted it is finished the victory is assured.

The two and their wives after the church service drove to the residence of  Mr. Agyapong where they ate and had interpersonal conversation before the second family departed to Accra.

Source: Justice Bediako