Twitter users are dragging Member of Parliament for Assin Central and NPP presidential aspirant, Kennedy Agyapong, over his plans to introduce a compulsory 6-month military national service scheme.
According to social media users, instead of attempting to get the youth on his side, Agyapong is coming up with nonsensical ideas which would push them away.
The NPP flagbearer during a recent interview raised the idea of a new national service scheme, this time involving military training.
According to him, the youth are too indisciplined and making everyone undergo compulsory military training would be beneficial to the country.
“Because of indiscipline in Ghana, every national service person and every university graduate will undergo six-month military training,” he said.
Reacting to his comment on Twitter, young Ghanaians unanimously kicked against the move.
“Instead of you trying to get the youth on your side, you’re chasing us away 😂,” one netizen said.
“Why not form National Farms and push them there?” another netizen wondered.
“This man has 22 children not even one of them has a Ghanaian passport and doesn’t hold allegiance to Ghana and you want to president…. You not serious masa”
Check out Kennedy Agyapong’s post below…