Assin Central Member of Parliament Kennedy Ohene Agyapong has disclosed that he will consider becoming a president if Ghanaians clamour for it.
He, however, indicated that he is content with what he is doing as a lawmaker because one does not have to be a president to help people.
“I have a personal belief that you don’t have to be a president to effect change in people’s life,” he said in an interview in the US.
“I’m not a president but you can see the things I’m doing to help Ghanaians.
“That alone is enough but if a time comes that Ghanaians feel that you can lead and make a change, I will give myself some time and consider it. I don’t want to rush.”
Already, the maverick politician has announced his intention not to contest for the Assin Central parliamentary seat in 2024.
He said nothing will move him to change his mind this time around, having backtracked in 2016.
“Even if I’m given 1,000 cows, I will not go back because I want the people to know that I am fighting for their well-being and not myself as an MP.”
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