He claimed he only wanted the position of President for four years, in contrast to all the other candidates.
Speaking to a variety of his followers in the United States, Agyapong emphasized that he was a leader rather than a politician, stating that a politician is more concerned with the next election while a leader is more concerned with the growth of the country.
“Test me and see how it will be done; there is a difference between a leader and a politician. I don’t want to be president for eight years; I only want to be president for four.
“A leader is someone who considers the progress of their nation and makes bold decisions regardless of the consequences. And the politician is the one who considers the election of tomorrow and is hence hesitant to make decisions, he claimed in a YouTube clip uploaded by Smart Ghana Updates TV.
To loud applause, he declared, “And so, I don’t think of tomorrow’s election, I think of today and how I can make a difference.” He added that even if he were to serve the entire eight-year constitutional term, “Ghanaians will decide after four years, I won’t be afraid, I will invest in Ghana and create employment for the youth.”
Additionally, Agyapong described how he oversaw development at Ghana Gas Company, where he serves as board chairman.
He believes that in order to promote growth and advancement, it is essential to set certain measures in place to track attendance at work.
In the 2024 elections, Agyapong aspires to succeed President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo as head of the NPP.
A number of well-known names have surfaced in the race, but none of them have formally announced their intentions, including Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, Trade and Industry Minister Alan Kyerematen, and Agriculture Minister Dr. Owusu Afriyie Akoto.