NPP elders must stop calling me when I am ‘talking’ – Ken Agyapong

General News of Sunday, 18 March 2018



Kennedy Agyapong, MP for Assin Central

Mr Kennedy Agyapong, controversial NPP MP for Assin Central has advised elders and bigwigs of his party to stop calling him to plead on behalf of his ‘victims’ when he is dealing with them.

The MP, who once claimed his party members have branded him ‘loud-mouthed’ said when he talks, he talks for Ghana and is not afraid of whatever will happen, even death.

“Elders of NPP must stop calling me when I am dealing with people. I want to free Ghanaians. When I die I die. I don’t fear.”, he said.

He said from hence forth, he has taken a resolve not to listen to anyone anymore. He said people have devised a plan where they pass through his wife to talk to him, even that, he said it won’t work.

“Nobody should come. Everyone comes and begs. What is happening. In Ghana, when you talk about issue that will help ordinary people for sanity to prevail then they are calling you and begging you. I will not listen. Anybody. Whoever you are. Anything that is not good for President Akufo-Addo’s administration and good for Ghana, I will talk. So it is simple.”, the MP said.

He said he will continue to expose people who he thinks are doing the wrong things to hurt the country.

Touching on his ports crusade, he said his vigilantism at the ports was for the good of the country because he himself makes sure he pays for his duties. He said he seldom shows his face at the ports to gain any special favours.

“When my items come to the port, I don’t go there personally. Agents handle it. Customs can confirm. Apart from my rolls Royce I went to stand by it from 2010, ask them if they have seen me there before. The things I bring, they charge me duties and I pay”, he ended.

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